Juan José Egúsquiza & Juan Pablo Egúsquiza
Duo Exhibition of Juan José Egúsquiza and Juan Pablo Egúsquiza, twin brothers, dedicated to visual and sound arts, using traditional techniques and new means of digital expression. They have found through art an expressive connection that helps them interpret and connect with this world, and thus generate parallel realities. Although they do not share the same physical space, since they are located in different cities, they maintain a strong bond and connection because they have grown together, which is reflected in their understanding and perception of the surroundings.
MEMORIES OF A LANDSCAPE
Milagros Arias Secada
Travels between dreams and other realities of the Peruvian artist Milagros Arias Secada.
Belén Monó & Lucas Rueckner
Too Heavy Too Deep
Rogine Moradi and Malina Vaagt
curated by Egor Dmitriev, Maria Pavlova
Holstogram is an international group exhibition of paintings inspired by Instagram. This concept was developed by a group of contemporary painters from Moscow. Instagram as a virtual space, created by images. That was the starting point of this project. The professional and unprofessional artists united by their expressionism in a blog. A flow of contents and messages.
José Carlos Velayarse
In the oil colour tumbles, which in great waves and baths of paint these pictures offer us, that which you now read, is the drama which I lyrically describe, when translating the epic of whom is painting them. Here, neither you, nor I, paint a single thing, and this that annoys we see it…Velayarse. He is the one who leaves nothing without painting. No one will ever be able to say he didn’t paint.
Mariano Zuzunaga, 2017
Paola Picazo and Doris Steinbichler
Performance palomazo* by Paola Picazo (Mx/At): Tanz + Grafik
Doris Steinbichler (At/Mx): Sound + Visuals
*palomazo, el : eine spontane künstlerische Aktion mit mehreren Künstlern
NOMADE is a solo exhibition of Alfredo Ledesma Quintana, which includes works produced over a period of two years. The exhibition shows us in the collective imaginary a worldview based on the artist’s relationship with nature, mankind and his environment. Ledesma Quintana searches through action and exploration—similar to archaeological research—the transit, experience and memory follow a series of clues that partially guide his work towards building a complex social panorama.
Lorena Arévalo – Diego Bejar – Imayna Cáceres – Sergio Dapello – Juan Pablo Eguzquiza – Alfredo Ledesma – Verena Melgarejo – Christian Murzek – Intiñan Ontiveros – David Osthoff – Paola Picazo – Michaela Putz – Mariana Sánchez – María Trabulo – Maco Vargas – José Carlos Velayarse.
The exhibition at Blütengasse 9 presents different concepts and visions of the understanding of space. “TERRITORY” poses questions about definitions of landscape, nature and space in relation to the urban environment with its density and sound backdrops as well as the location of humans in these spaces.