“A vegetal encounter”, is an exhibition that, based on the works of Patricia Domínguez, Ingela Ihrman and Eduardo Navarro, examines the symbiotic relationship between man and plants.
Painting is a mirror that continues to reflect the artist and the viewer, says Sandmann, and when painting in the mirror there is always a reflection on us, what we are, and what we project onto us.
Tim Madeira and António Alves da Costa in “Do Vento ao Fundo do Mar”, intervened several pieces of old candles, each with its own history, where they combine photography and painting in the way that only they know how to do, shuffling us, because we don't know where one starts and the other ends.
At Art Bodega, artists from different countries including Jon Burgerman and Timothy Gatenby from the UK, Maria Imaginario from Portugal, Gunwoo Park from South Korea and 2timesperday from Hong Kong have joined forces to create this pop-up art exhibition with the food theme as the central theme.
Cristina Troufa looks outside herself, and imagines how her other characters, locked in their own confinement, feel the lack of oxygen that makes them live, the green of the plants that fill their souls and make them live without fear.
Hans Memling (c. 1430-1494) became one of the representatives of the Flemish Masters. This German-born artist moved to Bruges in 1465 and worked there until his death in 1494. Memling was a painter specializing in portraits and his work had a major influence on later portraits of the Italian Renaissance.
Marina Anaya Circo Marte's exhibition at Galeria Arte Periférica shows works of painting, sculpture, engraving, ceramics and jewelery, in particular painting and engraving having completed her academic training in this area at the University of Castilla-La Mancha in 1966 .