AMIA Art Space opens Thursday at 6:00 PM. rootingFine artist exhibition Gaby Grupowho presents and proposes in this exhibition a deep and direct connection to the land through his acrylic on canvas and mixed techniques.
“In this show Gaby Grupo He does his work with built-in elements. The main one is the root. The integration of Roots into his work includes a conceptual message closely related to the essence of this component,” he warns. Eduardo Carballidoexhibition curator rooting.
“The artist achieves a harmonious amalgamation of rooted and non-figurative depictions of abstract forms upon which colors and textures rest. Lines dance and mingle with the object in an aesthetic of its own. On the most acute note in the proposal, all the elements of the work—roots, straws, tools of work—were in one way or another In contact with the land. That land that preserves and bears witness to our history,” notes Carballido.
Graduated from the Faculty of Drawing and Painting at the Albistur Conservatory and Professor of Visual Arts at the Carlos Torrallardona Institute, Gaby Grupo He also holds the title of Media Analyst from the University of Del Salvador.
In our country, he has shown his work in solo exhibitions held at the Borges Cultural Center (2019), at the Salta Museum of Fine Arts (2019), at AG Espacio de Arte (2013, 2014, 2016 and 2017), Bahwago Municipality (2010) and Carlos Casares (2010) 2010). He has also shown his work in art galleries in Spain, Germany, Portugal, Italy, Belgium, England, France, the United States and Uruguay.
Vitality arrived Elio KapszukDirector of the Department of Arts and Production in Amia from Business Gaby Grupo They are “true testimony”. “His works bring us closer to his experience with the land, the bond of love and work that his family knew how to farm, but recreated in a different way. It is not an account of what happened but a description of everything that constitutes her as a person and artist. He affirms that his works are his true identity document” Kapszuk.
Starting Friday, September 2 rooting It can be visited in the AMIA Art Space, free of charge, on the mezzanine of Pasteur 633, Monday through Thursday from 10 am to 7 pm, and on Fridays from 10 am to 4 pm. Identification card.
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