“Mother, I See Myself in Your Eyes” a group exhibition curated by Dayalis Gonzalez from G.A.L.A Foundation, featuring a combination of 39 artists working across multiple mediums
“Women of Vision”, a group exhibition, brings together a combination of talented women artists, spanning across generations; working in photography, painting, drawing, and printmaking.
El cuerpo en su mirada contemporánea sirve como un mapa que rastrea nuevas prácticas artísticas que releen la corporeidad. Autores que conjugan en la obra lo íntimo y lo colectivo.
The Seven Vanishing Points has to do with perspective. When Paolo Ucello said his memorable phrase “O che dolce cosa e questa prospettiva”, art, which until then was known in a flat space, becomes infinite and begins its great evolution.
Curated by Maria Luz Cardenas, Sofía Imber: The legacy, is a tribute focused on the essential contributions of this great Venezuelan woman to the arrival of modernity in her country, to her contributions in journalism and the institutional development of culture in Latin America.
“Foundation for the Totality” is conceived and led by Rolando Peña (Venezuela, 1942) also known as “The Black Prince”, along with other creators such as Juan Downey (Chile, 1940), Manuel Vicente Peña (Colombia, 1949) aka Manuel Quinto (Colombia), Waldo Balart (Cuba, 1931) and Jaime Barrios (Chile, 1945).