The selection encompasses international artists coming together as a group exhibit just for this event. Although they maintain their autonomy in terms of individual impact in style and concept, they coincide in this exhibit and exemplify the global representation of contemporary art of which the gallery is known for.
The sculpture of Loris Cecchini (Italy) begin with his observation of the natural world, extrapolating the information necessary to create the most contemporary of works through his interest in current means and elements. Micheal Loveland’s (USA) assembled sculptures and collages that utilize existing imagery and objects, which delve deep into thought and emotion. Likewise those of Santiago Villanueva (Spain) also utilize present-day materials to produce his signature forms conceived as intimate experiences of body and time. Angela Glajcar (Germany) chooses paper as her main material to sculpt, experimenting with glass fabric as well, analyzing everyday materials to create geometric pure forms. Performances and installations of Humberto Díaz (Cuban) range from micro interventions of imperceptibly subtle changes to spacious transformations that have spectacular impact.
Somewhere in between lie the works of Dirk Salz (Germany) whose resin objects can be considered a melding, literally and figuratively, of sculpture and painting. For Luis Gómez (Cuba), art is a process that occurs during the encounter between the spectator’s experience and the artwork. Lidzie Alvisa’s art goes from personal experiences and invocations to the domestic space, many times combined with self representation. Graciela Sacco (Argentina) creates poetry using images related to social issues rooted in our culture and a technique called heliography, focusing on photography in installation.