Tuesday, 20 November 2012


Luis Romero, founder of Oficina #1, the artist run space/gallery he runs with artist Suwon Lee and Aixa Sánchez, and which has become one of the only alternatives for contemporary critical thinking in Venezuela

exhibition view: Pedazos de Pais II (Fragments or of a Country part 2) curated by Luis Romero and Aixa Sánchez at Oficina #1

works by Suwon Lee and Rolando Peña

Suwon Lee's video, 'El Muerto no Tiene Dolientes' (the dead man has no one to mourn him)

Rolando Peña's 1980's silkscreen of an oil tower and Christian Vinck's portraits of Haitian mixed race president Petion, who supported Bolivar in the fight of independence of Bolivarian America

painting by Ivan Candeo

Irreversible Landscpaes by Luis Romero

documentation of performances by Erika Ordosgoiti

Oficina #1's tropical backyard

and the small warehouse where  Oficina #1 is located within Los Galpones complex in Caracas

Carmen Araujo Gallery at Hacienda la Trinidad in Caracas

Sandra Gamarra's political paintings at Carmen Araujo Gallery

and Carmen Araujo at her gallery

Centro Cultural Chacao http://www.culturachacao.org/, designed by ODA Caracas

inside Centro Cultural Chacao, exhibition views of 'El Quinquenio' a retrospective of five years of exhibitions at independent space El Anexo, including works by Suwon Lee, Deborah Castillo, Ivan Candeo, Ángela Bonadies, Claudio Perna, Diego Barboza, Juan José Olavarría, Luis Romero, Muu Blanco, and others

works by Diego Barboza from the 70s at El Anexo's exhibition

and Felix Suazo and Nancy Farfan who run and curate el Anexo

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