I.

Exhibition: Objects on the New Landscape Demanding of the Eye (part 3)
Artist: Julião Sarmento
Venue: Galeria Joan Prats, Barcelona
Dates: Until November 25th, 2017


Julião Sarmento produces paintings, sculptures, photographs, videos, and mixed-media works infused with literature and architectural imagery. He is heavily influenced by the Postmodern aesthetic, in which existing texts and images are appropriated and re-combined to create new meaning and to challenge ingrained patterns of thinking. From his beginnings, in the middle of the seventies, the work of Julião Sarmento has been characterized by its archival character. Thus, in his work describes feminine silhouettes, architectural plans, literary fragments and objects. Often, these coded iconographies explicitly present us with the signs needed to identify the source of his imagery and its meaning. 

 Julião Sarmento

Julião Sarmento

II.

Exhibition: Vicky Uslé, Solo show
Artist: Vicky Uslé 
Venue: Tat Art Gallery
Dates: until November 3rd, 2017


Vicky Uslé is an emerging female artist born in Santander, Spain in 1981 that is enjoying a mid-career visual maturity. The exhibition will show the most recent work produced by Vicky, a constant journey through divergence and painting codes understood as vivid language, place of experience, desire and her own personal narrative. 

 Vicky Uslé 

Vicky Uslé 

III.

Exhibition: Esteban Vicente. Color and Form
Artist: Esteban Vicente
Venue: Galeria Marc Domenech
Dates: Until November 17th 2017


"Esteban Vicente. Color and Form" is the most important exhibition of this artist ever organized in Catalonia. With almost 40 works, this exhibition proposes a complete view of the artist's aesthetic development, starting with his figurative works, when he exhibited in Barcelona in the early 30's, until his latest abstract paintings of the 90's after going through the abstract expressionist stage that became so relevant in the United States during the 40s and 50s. In fact, Esteban Vicente (Segovia, Spain, 1903 – Long Island, USA, 2001) was the only Spanish artist that belonged to the first generation of the renowned New York School. 

 Esteban Vicente

Esteban Vicente