Latin American and Spanish artists in New York.
Ñew York, featuring works by young, outstanding Latin American and Spanish artists residing in New York City commemorates a long lost artistic exchange and recovers innovative communication channels between Latin American and Spanish plastic and visual artists. The exhibition incorporates New York City as the current setting where these creative forces re-encounter themselves.
The exhibition addresses mobility in an era of widespread displacement where barriers between the global and the local are broken down. Motion (mobility), emotion (personal artistic work) and promotion (promote and advance the careers of expat artists) are all addressed throughout the show.
The artists were selected based on their accomplishments, artistic careers and their approach to concepts of mobility, migration and cultural exchange, all intrinsic to a city where new ideas, experiences and diversity converge.
Curated by Paco Cano, Eva Mendoza Chandas and Jodie Dinapoli (all from Spain), Ñew York showcases the work of 19 artists from 10 countries from Latin America and Spain —all based in New York— who have made this city the gravitating force of their artistic discourse.
- Featured artists:
- Sol Aramendi (Argentina)
- Julieta Aranda (Mexico)
- Ada Bobonis (Puerto Rico)
- Alberto Borea (Peru)
- Antón Cabaleiro (Spain)
- Juanma Carrillo (Spain)
- Nicky Enright (Ecuador)
- Félix Fernández (Spain)
- Jessica Lagunas (Guatemala)
- Abigail Lazkoz (Spain)
- Lluis Lleó (Spain)
- Manuel Molina Martagón (Mexico)
- Esperanza Mayobre (Venezuela)
- Carlos Motta (Colombia)
- Iván Navarro (Chile)
- Dulce Pinzón (Mexico)
- Fernando Renes (Spain)
- José Ruíz (Peru)
- Manuela Viera-Gallo (Chile)
Public opening: February 16th at 6:30 pm. The event is free and open to the public and will include a guided tour of the exhibit by a curator and some of the artists.
Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Sunday, from 10 am to 5 pm.