Championing Women Artists
from Latin America, Spain & Portugal
Maria Elvira Escallón - Solo Show
Part of Vortic's Female Voices of Latin America
05 April - 02 May 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
- Wed, Jun 09Online Course
SAVE THE DATE
Master Classes for Artists
With Luz Osorio
How to prepare your dossier
How to participate in Art Fairs
Open Calls & Contests
From June 17 2021
Cordelia Noe and Maja Spiess both hail from Germany but met in the international art whirlwind. Cordelia, after years in the art world, founded TheArtGorgeous in 2017 during her time in Hong Kong and Maja, an academy-trained sculptor and art world veteran, joined her in 2019 to bring TheArtGorgeous HOUSE to life. They live in Milan and Berlin respectively.
AMALGAMA ART presents Textural Codes at The Koppel Project Exchange, an exhibition of Latin American art exploring linguistic form, signs, movement and time.
The show, curated by Daniela Galan, features artists Sofia Clausse, Carmen Mariscal, Camila Quintero & Francisca Sosa Lopez.
MEET THE ARTISTS
TRAVERSE GROUP EXHIBITION
Thank you to all the artists who applied to the first open call for our annual group exhibition!
We received 190 applications! It was incredibly hard for our jurors to make the final selection. Congratulations to all the selected artists. We look forward to seeing you in 2021