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COLA is a Contemporary Latin-American Art Group that will create exhibition opportunities for Latin-American artists who live in the United States and abroad. The goal is to enlarge the cultural space, and grow a network for those artists who often struggle to find exhibition opportunities by themselves. We also welcome artists from another countries that feel connected with the Latin-American Culture and they can participate under a particular theme. For more information please contact artist/curator Mariano Cinat at infocola.marianocinat@gmail.com


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Mariano Cinat

Curator

As a curator of Contemporary Latin American Art ( Co.L.A) I will create exhibition opportunities for Latin-American artists who live in the United States and abroad. The goal is to enlarge the cultural space, and grow a network for those artists who often struggle to find exhibition opportunities by themselves. We also welcome artists from another countries that feel connected with the Latin-American Culture and they can participate under a particular theme. For more information please contact artist/curator Mariano Cinat at infocola.marianocinat@gmail.com

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Eliana Perez

Artist

Eliana Perez is a New York based artists born in Mexico and raised in the Dominican Republic. Her work explores female individuality through body image and identity. She is interested in questioning the existential and sometimes metaphysical aspects of the female experience and its own definitions. Eventually, this line of questioning turns towards her interrogates her own experiences as a woman and as an artist. "Beauty isn’t a pattern that can be simply explained, there is no symmetry in the body, just like trees and the human body. Trees are crooked, bent, full of cracks and holes, uneven edges and not standing perfectly straight at all, and yet this is what makes us stop and contemplate them.” Eliana has chosen drawing as her medium for her personal of work. The immediacy and expressive materiality of charcoal, graphite, and ink allow her to explore the subject matter with the gestural freedom that only drawing can bring. Getting transparencies and overlapping shapes to recreate the sense of figures and emotions.

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Augusto Fanjul

Artist

Augusto Fanjul is a New York based artist born in the Dominican Republic. In his work, he is exploring the idea of being self-aware of the space the one occupies and how that space becomes one with the figure. By experimenting with color and the richness of the oil color, Fanjul intends to create sophisticated and complex figures that at the same time becomes one with the space that surrounds it. Space and time matters by the use of symbols that takes us to a specific time.

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Andre De Castro

Artist

André De Castro is a Brazilian visual artist who explores the boundaries between graphic design and art as tools to engage with people on social and political issues. His work discusses identity, social agency and forms of signification. He combines a variety of techniques, including photography, silkscreen, paint and collage among others. Art and Activism is the underlying theme of Andre’s work and the base of his ideas. Art is not used for illustration purposes only but also as a tool and a mechanism to transform the given reality. His last project, Movements, portrays youth protesters in different cities around the world. Movements was exhibited in Miami during Art Basel (2013); Opus Project, New York (2014); Centro Cultural Banco Brasil in Belo Horizonte and Brasília, Brazil (2015); Caixa Cultural do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (2015) and Espaço Espelho D'água, Lisboa, Portugal (2016). André De Castro has an MFA from Pratt Institute, NY. www.andredecastro.com

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Marco Rodrigues

Artist

Marco works with Stone his favorite material he dialogues with the forms ,colors and energy spaceband he starts creating from what he receives from the stone and then the magic happen when his subconscious mind create the ideas It's a vision that he has that becomes in terms of composition and expression. He has been carving stone over 25 years learning from life. Attachments area

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Cristina Triulzi

Artist

Cristina Triulzi is an artist who was born and lives in Argentina Cristina style is abstract based on the traditional materials such as acrylics and oils but adding other elements such as aerosols, sand, earth fabrics, etc., to achieve textures and play with the image and visual and tactile sensation that they allow to achieve.

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Nicolas Santos del Re

Artist

Nicolas Santos del Re is an artist who was born and lives in Argentina. The style he adopted is magic realism, with a marked sense of absurdity and figurative. Trying to tell short stories with everyday recreations, with characters from different eras unknown or recognized

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Marcela Araceli Ciribe

Artist

Argentine Artist born in Mar del Plata Inspired from its beginnings in the abstract expressionism of Pollock, her work is characterized by a great force and her interest is immediacy in some pictorial sensations. Most of her works use the dripping letting it fall directly from the paint containers Her art is expression of energy led to the limits She wants to express vitality and the constant search for harmony and beauty, needing spaces of peace to be able to end her work. Part of images that flow in your mind to destroy them, generating visual impact to the viewer, finishing his work in a total elimination of the figuration always looking for the contrast between lights and shadow

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Monica Pazos

Artist

Mónica Pazos, emerging artist born in Tres Arroyos, linked from a young age to painting, at the beginning of her career, with Ines Robbio, then in the city of Córdoba she works with Sonia Giusto, dabbled in her work in oil painting in big boards inspired by lanterns and Still Life. For a couple of years has decided to reform this "impulse", which today leads to show that flow of energy, movement and color, taking into account the textures in all its forms and the strength of matter and joy, and from this place, she tries to paint her best moments. His works convey his reality, life

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Liliana Fabbian

Artist

Liliana uses automatism generating abstract shapes on a canvas using mixed media in a totally unconscious way. Later on in the process she gives sense to those shapes interpreting them as in a conversation where slowly shows up in the canvas. It is a purely interior creative process having a very intimate relationship with each artwork. Liliana has been exhibiting since 2006, in Argentina and abroad.

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Santiago Azcuy

Artist

Santiago Azcuy is an artist who was born and lives in Argentina

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Liliana Marescalchi

Artist

Liliana Marescalchi is an artist who was born and lives in Argentina She has exhibited in Argentina since she is 20-years old and for four years is continuously exhibiting in Europe. Recently she participated in an art exhibition in New York. She is Argentine representative of an Italian art organization.

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Paola Montes de Oca

Artist

Paola Montes de Oca is an artist who was born in Cuba but now she lives in Argentina Paola's paintings are in constant study o of color and oil technique. Currently you can describe her style as pop art but she doesn't like her artwork to be labeled since her art is constantly evolving and developing

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Djilas Gomez

Artist

Djilas Gomez is an artist who was born in Dominican Republic and now is living in New Jersey

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Yanina De Martino

Artist

Paper technique: Rolls of paper dyed with different inks making them all different Plaster technique: With rubber molds making plaster castings achievement unique pieces according to ideas taken from materials such as capsules Nespresso Resin/Gypsum Technique: squares made in gypsum apply resin with inks of different colors. Some squares with various objects inclusion!

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Eva Mueller

Artist

German-born and raised, Eva Mueller currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. In keeping with the philosophical expressions in her work, Mueller is an active member of New York City’s queer art and lifestyle community, and many of her art projects revolve around the hidden and the unseen of those nonconforming environments. The core of our human existence, how we perceive it and where we place ourselves and the naked body is the focus of Mueller’s fine art work. Her last solo show Flowers & Chocolate challenged the viewers perception regarding, beauty, taboos, racism and sexuality. Flowers & Chocolate follows Mueller’s solo exhibition GenderFuck, a series about non-binary gender identity at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art in New York City (2017), and Black Face, a take on racism at Odetta Gallery in Brooklyn (2016) Mueller’s work can be seen at http://www.evamueller-art.com.

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Sandra Marchesan

Artist

Sandra was born in Mar Del Plata, not typecast in any particular movement, instead she uses different techniques. Sandra pictorial approach is by adding colors on the canvas searching for shapes that emerge from the canvas, producing an effect. From this apparent by chance way to start painting, hidden worlds emerge, passing through the palette of colors, giving strength and vitality to the artwork.

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Isabel Turban

Artist

Isabel is an abstract artist working with mixed media on canvas or paper she works in layers transferring images of maps and then drawing and painting with charcoal, ink and acrylics. The mapping of this planet where Humanity dwells is her attempt to represent the abstract places that act as a medium for creation and information. This imaginary allow her to recreate happy, nostalgic moments where elements of people's cultural, political and emotional experience intervene and manifest themselves Throughout layers of gestural images, srokes of acrylics and traces of charcoal and ink, her work represents her own idyllic albeit in inexistent space. At the end, the physical places diffuse and become rather unimportant as they are simply an inspiration, an spontaneous dialogue where each accident moves the painting forward. Her work's narrative may lead to multiple Inspirations. The wide view is an open invitation to get closer and lost in the details to find the power and the beauty of small things

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Perez Reiter

Artists

WE CREATE UNIQUE SPACES Our work goes beyond the conventional and established, we generate innovative environments from diverse creative realms, through architecture, furniture and decorative art pieces. ​ Based in Colombia and Austria, Perez Reiter integrates algorithmic design techniques with digital fabrication in a highly performative and differentiated manner. We maximize well being through innovation

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Cecilia J. García Villa

Artist

Cecilia García Villa was born and lives in Argentina. Her work explores the human figure searching on identity and individuality. Her painting is in a constant experimentation that plays between abstract and figurative. Dots, dropping and dripping paint that vibrates with chromatic intensity generating the sensation of movement in a work that is in constant change.

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Diego Cousillas Delgado

Artist

Ever since he was a child he knew his passion was the arts and started wining competitions at the age of 10. His technique has evolved and in his artworks you can see very vibrant and upbeat colors with some constructionist influence and a huge lot positive energy that entice people for more. In his formal education he studied with Gabriel Bruzzone head of the "Bien al sur" Studio at the Torres Garcia Museum. He is always on the search for new experiences that through extensive traveling have added very different tones to his already rich palette. He definitely will not only enricher your visual experience but also will feed your soul.

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Aaron Alamo

Artist

Aaron is a Mexican artist living in New York. he has been working on a current project "Vanitas: Not so still-life" for the last 10 years. He has workred in a project that took a decade to complete, especially in a time where everything is about instant gratification and results.

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Silvina Heavy

Jewelry Designer

Silvina is a jewelry designer. She was formed in a continuous back and forth between fine arts, the architecture, the design and the discovery of the forms. Exploring the materials found in the metals a self-identity, playing in continuous motion discovering the flexibility of rigidity and softness its fibers.

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Ana Abreu

Artist

Ana Abreu is an artist dedicated to Geometric Abstraction based in Florida, United States. She felt from an early age the call of art, when she discovered that it gave her the possibility of expressing, sensations, thoughts and ideas that of doing it with words, which was with greater difficulty. For her, she creates an obsession, uses drawing to sketch and organize ideas and her passions, painting and sculpture. Always abstracting the negative and positive forms that make us nature, becoming lines that form a prefect geometry. Paying homage to that security and shelter that trees give less and that every day they surprise me more with their useless forms and then discover that they are perfect. Among wood, fabrics and grasses, mixed colors, handling just like acrylic paint like Oleo, she spends her time working on the creation of a universe. Abstracting forms, abstracting thoughts and placing each idea in a way in which it can obtain aesthetic sense and be able to admire something that is finally tangible, and very important to be able to share it. That communion that is formed when an Idea is shown and given in the form of Work, that feeling of having recorded for all those feelings in a piece is simply the motor that moves the Artist.

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Olga Burenkova

Artist

Olga lives in accordance to the statement of the famous Russian writer F. Dostoevsky “Man can live without science,... bread, but without beauty he could no longer live, because there would no longer be anything to do to the world”. Being authentically Russian and living in New York, she follows this principle in her art and put a piece of herself into each of her works, at the same time having influence of American contemporary art. She recognizes, appreciates and glorify the beauty in all forms it exists. Beauty has a power and causes worship and adoration. Being an artist is a huge responsibility. Every created image, the way it’s done is a message to the World. She believes that painting beauty with passion, using bright, vivid and contrast colors, she makes the World better.

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Georgia Hinaris

Artist

Sari Nordman

Artist

Sari Nordman is a NYC-based dancer-choreographer and video artist. She loves to travel to the isolated parts of the world and her dances and videos are closely connected with nature and history. In her work she contemplates nature in specific locations and combined with her personal sense research juxtaposes feminine mystique with environmental anxieties. Most recently she has presented her work for Dance Film Lab Moderated Screening at Gibney Dance Center, SHIM Finland at Odetta Gallery, Performance Mix Festival and UnSpace Gallery in the US; TsakBam Festival in Greece; and for Alpo Jaakola Statuary Park, Eckerö Post and Customs House, Teatteri Avoimet Ovet and Zodiak in Finland. She holds a M.F.A. from NYU/Tisch School of the Arts.

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