Our Artists

Felipe Echeverri

tiling tiling Stunning wire sculpture

Felipe Echeverri, one of the foremost contemporary wire sculptors, learned the process of innovation by Rodrigo Sands Betancourt, Alicia Barney and framework Antonio Sanchez  and in National University. He has exhibits  in Colombia, Madrid, Amsterdam and New York where he received a mention of honor in Art Swindle Square in the 2012,  Echeverri has been cited as the most technically skilled for his  award winning first price by the “Graciela Gomez” foundation.
His work is known for its powerful realism. In addition to his human figures his knowledge of anatomy and structures has allowed him to create sculptures with equal ease and facility, based on the ideas of open space and transparency of aerial sculpture. Fully three-dimensional, open form wire portrait human bodies.


The way the animals create their nests, also creates our own conscious, attempting to fin...



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The working life, 2013.
Presented by gallery Jousse Entreprise (Paris)
at LOOP Fair 2014.
Photograph © Carlos Collado.

  Alexander Arrechea - Cuba    

Alexandre Arrechea a new project conceived specifically for the National Museum of Fine Arts, in which his interest of exploring the architectural space is displaced to an area of limited subjectivity. From the viewpoint of intimist reflection, while observing the real world, the city, a determined neighborhood, a faded wall, the peculiar marine architecture or the exact point in which an idea or a pact are born, he focuses on what has not been said yet, on those things that are obliterated in the complex weft of the city. His proposal revealing what is hidden is precisely a map of silence.

–Corina Matamoros

Artist of the month  
  Flavia Rosales  
  Blue organic
Blue organic


By Flavia Rosales
An atmosphere, an inspiration, a fleeting and ephemeral element with a persistent presence. Flavia Rosales a committed environmentalist as her spiritual world becomes a reality  in her work, creating mandalas, singing mantras and also  leading a parade in the Carnival of Barranquilla Colombia.  Flavia knows the formation of corals, spirits and forces of the seabed with its deep greenish blue.

Flavia ´s paintings are made with layers of acrylic paint, diluted in water, which come to life in drying. Long meditation processes are embedded in the surfaces of their associated patches and related with clouds and water in terms of the generation of illusory forms, water flows, a human intervention in its natural movement connected to the cycle of life, birth and death. It is the crossing of humanity. Whether it has abstract pattern in it, a grace of movement, harmony or proportion. The eye is caught by a blue-green hues pattern and contrast between dark a...

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Chronology of Space Alberto Martinez. - Colombia


For over 20 years the Colombian sculptor Alberto Martinez has combined iron, and rust to produce bright distant forms with imaginary fantasy and exquisite beauty. Martinez´s modern production systems within three-dimentional of the contemporary abstract sculpture embody feelings of movement and expression to add maximum pleasure and charm to our life.

The exhibit featuring Chronology Of Space
At Casa de la Cultura de Anapoima
April 18 - may 30 – 2015


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Jose Dávila - Mexico


Jose Dávila has become a sensation Trained as an architect who maps and drifts peripheral modernisms and its discontents and failures, Jose Da´vila was a founding member of OPA (Oficina de Proyectos de Arte), an idiosyncratic group of trans- disciplinary artists who created a space for contemporary art in Guadalajara, when Mexico City was reinventing itself as an international center for contemporary art. During that period Dávila devot- ed his time to exploring the oblique narratives and visual idioms of modernisms related to North and South America: neo-concrete art, Mexican Minimalism based on primitive art. Since then, Dávila has developed an in-depth interest in photography .

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  Tomas Saraceno – Argentina

Tomás Saraceno, 14 Billions 2010.
Elastic black rope, hooks,
8,330 x 7,630 x 5,000 mm.
Courtesy of Bonniers Konsthall,
Stockholm, Sweden

Born in 1973 in Tucumán, Argentina, Tomás Saraceno currently lives and works in Berlin. He studied architecture at Universidad Nacional de Buenos Aires in Argentina from 1992 to 1999 and received postgraduate degrees from Escuela Superior de Bellas Artes de la Nación "Ernesto de la Carcova," Buenos Aires (2000) and Staatliche Hochschule für Bildende Künste – Städelschule, Frankfurt am Main (2003). In 2009 he attended the International Space Studies Program at NASA Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley, California. 14 Billions (Working title) is a development of the work Galaxies Forming Along Filaments Like Droplets Along The Strands of A Spider’s Web which Saraceno presented at the 53rd Venice Biennale in 2009, as part of the group exhibition, Fare Mondi//Making Worlds, curated by Daniel Birnbaum. In recent years he has held several large solo and group exhibitions both in Europe and in the USA.

Saraceno’s works can be found in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean in Luxembourg, Museum für Moderne Kunst in Frankfurt and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, among others.

  Teresa Burga – Perú

Teresa Burga is one of the representatives of the renovation of Peruvian art during the sixties and seventies. As part of the Grupo Arte Nuevo (New Art Group) (1966–1968) and subsequently developing her individual practice, she was one of the precursors of the dissolution of the art object incorporating experimental processes and new creative strategies to produce a rigorous body of conceptual work. The project undertaken by the artist for the SAPS is the materialization of a sculptural sketch that was part of the project Profile of the Peruvian Woman, created during 1980–1981. The project was originally presented in 1981 at the Museo de Arte Moderno in Medellín, Colombia. Analysing the status of women from their political, economic, educational, religious, racial, sexual and legal aspects–that took part of second-wave feminism in Latin America; expanding its analysis up to the present.


Teresa Burga
Untitled / Prismas (G)