Art New York 2016
May 03, 2016 - May 08, 2016 Booth A9, Pier 94 12th Avenue at 55th Street New York, NY 10019
Featuring the works of Carlos Alarcon, Carolina Convers, Elsa Zambrano, Santiago Uribe-Holguin, Janice Mehlman, Max-Steven Grossman, Juan Carlos Rivero and Armando Castro.
Beatriz Esguerra Art is pleased to participate in Art New York, featuring seven artists with a unique ability to express their point of view within the context of contemporary culture. We invite you to join us in celebrating a weekend of outstanding exhibits, lectures and events. Art is a visual manifestation of a person's thoughts, experiences and dreams. There are infinite ways of communicating through art, be it disturbing or harmonious, uplifting or distressing. No matter the expression, art enriches the mind and soul of the viewer, making them more sensitive to the surrounding world. At BEA, we represent artists that will engage the public in an aesthetic and intelligent manner, utilizing a wide range of materials to express their vision.
Max Steven Grossman's constructed photography reflects upon the topic of extinction through his idealistic libraries, while Janice Mehlman's raw photographs of paper and found objects are the result of intense studies of light and shadow.
Carolina Convers uses color and collage to study the evolution of women's roles in society, and Elsa Zambrano is obsessed with collecting and possessing, creating her interpretations of unattainable masterpieces, so that we can have the illusion of ownership.
Armando Castro, Juan Rivero, Santiago Uribe and Carlos Alarcon are skillful draftsmen and painters that draw upon their urban, rural and tropical backgrounds, to comment on the importance of returning to basics, of appealing to humor and common sense as we try to escape the relentless complexity of our globalized world.
Despite their different perspectives and styles, all seven artists manifest an aspect of their heritage in their work, whether directly or with subtlety. At Art New York, we look forward to sharing these artist's works, inviting you to interact with and reflect upon their message.
For images and additional information, or to set up an appointment, please contact Beatriz Esguerra at 941 448 0918 / 305 260 6445 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.