"The doctors" (from the cynical realism series)2019
Dimensions 100x100 cms
medium. oil on canvas
Part II 6 - 30 August
57a Redchurch Street
London E2 7DJ
Taking part with the below installation:
“The hidden writing on the wall”
(an honest creative intervention)
5537Fernando Holguin Cereceres
“The hidden writing on the wall” of the anonymous and revealed messages, resemblance the intrinsic need of individuals to express themselves without compromising their self, like a catholic going to a confessionary, or a urban graffiti artist expressing sentiment about his social environment, like the beginning of an online chat room with people using avatars to hide their identities, but perhaps is how some groups grow as the providers of support to those who feel something to say. Some members or individuals thinking in becoming part of an alternative self-support group may have their own answers or ideas of how to sustain the group and themselves, but perhaps that idea never manifests outside the individual.
By providing an intimate space, the visitor can be open and deliver those ideas in a playful and recreational manner, and perhaps this can help with further answers to develop the sustainability of alternative groups and its members.
Saturday, 21 March - Saturday, 25 April 2020, 10am-5pm
Preview on the 21 March
Closing event, Saturday the 25th April 2020
Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL
“Tormenta cerebral" (“Brainstorm”)
In this joint work we highlight the way we view our society’s depictions of identity with regards of the self and how media actual truthfulness of information and the influences that create within society. which is largely driven by consumerism and materialistic views of individuality.
We hope that this piece will encourage people to question our own understanding of self identity driven by materialistic views influenced by regular and social media, but will also provide a very positive message about the self in contemporary times.
2No Charcoal and chalk drawings on Fabriano paper measuring each 150cms height x 63cms wide, Inkjet print on paper, sellotaped a bottle of tequila and a bottle of gin.
Site specific, approximately 2.5m height by 2.5m wide.
Nick Jolly joins me once again on this collaborative installation to be shown at:
Menier Gallery, London from 10 to 13 march 2020
07 September 2019 - 27 October 2019
Preview Saturday 7th September 2-4pm at Bolton Museum Gallery
Jordan Baseman: Reader in Time Based Media, Senior Tutor in Moving Image at the Royal College of Art, London
Sacha Craddock: Art Critic and Curator
William Lunn: Director, Copperfield, London
Helen Wewiora: Director, Castlefield Gallery & Agency, Manchester
The prize is an international, open exhibition, attracting submissions from over 25 countries from all 5 continents, aiming to raise awareness of new trends and directions in the contemporary art world, and provide a platform for artists to showcase excellence and innovation, bringing to Bolton the best contemporary art from around the world.
The neo:artprize 2019 exhibition will be held in the Bolton Museum Gallery.
Bolton Council deputy leader, Cllr Martyn Cox, said:
“I am delighted that Bolton Museum is supporting this high-profile exhibition, which is bringing artists from nine different countries and four continents here to Bolton.
“This is a rare opportunity to see work by some of the most interesting contemporary artists, all in one place.
“We are fortunate to have this exhibition in our town and I urge everyone to come along and have a look.”
The exhibition opens its doors to the public on Saturday 7th September 2019, with a preview from 2pm - 4pm, and the Awards Ceremony at 2.30 pm. You are all welcome! The exhibition continues until Sunday 27th October, with the following viewing times:
Monday-Tuesday: 9am – 5pm
Wednesday: 9:30am – 5pm
Thursday-Saturday: 9am – 5pm
Sunday: 10am – 4pm
Le Mans Crescent
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15 - 19 August 2019
SBB event hall directly in Zurich main stationIMPORTANT INFORMATION: DUE TO AN ACCIDENT DURING CONSTRUCTION WORK, THE SWISSARTEXPO CANNOT BE OPENED ON 15 AUGUST. SWISSARTEXPO IS EXPECTED TO OPEN ON FRIDAY 16 AUGUST AT 09:00 A.M
The exhibition will open to the public on the 5th August and it will be open daily until the 20th August.
The opening event will be on the 9th August.
“The Big Poopoo” (from the ‘Half being’ series)22.5x30.5 cms, Ink on paper,2017
Private View Thursday the 18th July 2019 from 6pm.
Candid Art Trust, 3 Torrens Street, London EC1V 1NQ
Show will run until the 5th of August
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Group or solo exhibitions as well as publications or participation in art related issues.