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Art Nouveau Gallery

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Art Nouveau Gallery

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Elizabeth Hazim de Castillo founded Galería Art Nouveau in Maracaibo, Venezuela, in 1987 with the goal of providing the country’s second largest city with a well-grounded art gallery dedicated to promoting and showcasing works by prominent emerging, mid-career and established masters with a focus on Abstraction and Geometric Abstraction

Miami, FL


Through time, Art Nouveau Gallery’s artistic agenda has focused mostly, but not exclusively, on geometric abstraction (geometry, conceptual, constructive and kinetic art) with a strong emphasis on Venezuelan and Latin American artists, showcasing all along a broad swath of available media: painting, sculpture, commissioned works in public and private spaces, drawing, multiples and objects

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Represented Artists

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Represented Artists

HECTOR RAMIREZ


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JONIDEL MENDOZA

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MILTON BECERRA

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Alberto Cavalieri

Antonio Vidal

Armando Morales

Arturo Quintero

Astrid Fitzgerald

Carlos Cruz-Diez

Carlos Medina

Ernesto Briel

Francisco Bellorin

Héctor Ramírez

Helena Serrano

Jesús Rafael Soto

Jonidel Mendoza

José María Mijares

José Rosabal

Julio Pacheco

Lía Bermúdez

Lolo Soldevilla

Luis Martínez Pedro

Luisa Duarte

Milton Becerra

Paul Amundarain

Pedro Oraá

Rafael Barrios

Salvador Corratge

Sandu Darie

Sydia Reyes

Ventoso

Waldo Balart


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Current Exhibitions

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Current Exhibitions

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Cuban Abstraction

Sep 29 2017 - Nov 10 2017

… Abstraction. Artistic expression in which no recognizable object is represented – a current that arose in Europe through the second decade of the Twentieth Century. It unfurled two fundamental tendencies. The first one, “lyrical abstraction,” finds its basis in the plastic resources that allow it full freedom in the use of color – something that German Expressionism had already brought to light.

… Kineticism. An artistic current that incorporates real or apparent movements into the work of art. It reached its greatest international diffusion between the Fifties and the Sixties. The actual motion may be achieved by way of wind-activated mobiles or using engines. The apparent motion is achieved through the use of lighting effects, which generates the illusion of movement in the spectator’s perception.

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Past Exhibitions

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Past Exhibitions

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Lía Bermúdez – AKALIA

By Amalia Caputo

Artist Lía Bermúdez presents her second solo exhibition at Art Nouveau Gallery with twenty works reunited under the name of Akalia [loosely meaning “time” in the Wayuu language of the Guajira peninsula of northwest Venezuela], a compendium of sculptures and wall pieces that continue to underscore the identity of one of the most iconic women artists in her native Venezuela and Latin America. Her career as a sculptor has evolved within the geometric abstraction tradition and the occupation of space. In that vein, Akalia includes archetypical small- and medium-sized works representative of the formal paths she has taken with the medium since her early stages in 1950’s. Through new creations, such as Tuitui [“Hawk”] (2017), and new revisions of past works, such as Relieve Mariposa [“Butterfly Bas Relief”] (2016) and Sawarala [“Reflection”] (2016), the works in view reveal shapes and processes that have been hallmarks of her studio practice, delving into her keen interest in exploring the problem of sculpture’s spatial integration with architecture. 


 

Art Nouveau Gallery

Founder: Elizabeth Hazim de Castillo

+1305.573.4661

info@artnouveaumiami.com

Address: 348 NW 29th St, Miami, FL 33127, USA

www.artnouveau-gallery.com

Gallery Hours: Mon - Fri, 11 am - 5 pm