Championing Women Artists
from Latin America, Spain & Portugal
NEW OPEN CALL
To be selected for exhibition in
Barcu Art Fair, October 2021
& Exhibition in London,
AMALGAMA & BARCÚ Art Fair invite all women artists from Latin America, Spain & Portugal to submit works in any medium, engaging with the notion of fiction as both fact and/or fabrication.
We encourage artists to explore the two opposing roles of this concept in our current society and how this dichotomy has transformed our idea of reality in an age of factual uncertainty.
Maria Elvira Escallón - Solo Show
Part of Vortic's Female Voices of Latin America
05 April - June 2021
AMALGAMA ART presents Distorted Environments, a solo exhibition displaying the work of renowned Colombian Artist Maria Elvira Escallon. Curated by Daniela Galán, this exhibition shines a light on the meanings and boundaries of the embodiment of nature and, thus, its domination. Foreshadowing what today scientists suggest as our new geological era - the Anthropocene-, Escallón's work allows us to see both the impacts of human intervention in the ecosystem and man's fictional perception of nature. Is nature still an idyllic, unaltered, virginal place, or has human interference affected it to such a degree that all that surrounds us is just our own construct?
Amalgama with the Instituto Cervantes in the UK invites you to participate in a series of online conversations, studio tours and seminars exploring the dialogue between art and literature in Latin America.
Discover the work of outstanding women artists from Latin America, Spain & Portugal
- Tue, Jun 29Curso en Línea
- Wed, Jul 07Online Course