Deforme – Mexico City

  These works are concerned with two areas. Firstly, the Mexican relationship between culture, economics and food. A combination of industrial products that are sold in the OXXO supermarket (the largest supermarket in Mexico) are placed in contrast with products found in the regional markets of Mexico City. This juxtaposition elaborates the relationship between the…

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“Naturaleza Contemporánea III” (2017)

Oil and acrylic on linen 60×60 cm, (2017). Contemporary still life is a type of artwork that represents animals, flowers and other objects, which can be natural (fruits, food, plants, rocks or shells) or made by man. Still lifes, particularly before 1700, often contained a religious and allegorical symbolism in relation to the objects they…

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“Quiereme”, Rome, Italy, Galeria Varsi (2017).

June 16, 2017, Galleria Varsi presents “Quiéreme“, a personal exhibition by the Argentine artist Nicolás Romero Escalada aka Ever, whose artistic journey stems from his need to express questions in public spaces and interact with collective thoughts. Ever first experienced the freedom of the streets when he began to do graffiti as a boy on the walls of…

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Transterveberation (2017)

Oil and acrylic on linen 50×50 cm (2017). For inquiries click here   Transterveberation: In her autobiography, ‘The Life of Teresa of Jesus’ (1515–1582). Her experience of religious ecstasy in her encounter with the angel is described as follows:   “I saw in his hand a long spear of gold, and at the iron’s point…

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