TAMARA KREISLER Gallery

He is an artist who, starting from painting, works in other formats such as sculpture, video art, or performance art, creating a dialogue with it. His work poses a reflection on what painting itself is. He asks himself questions about space, scale, light and depth, and about the creative process itself. This peripheral and borderline search leads him to develop his work between his two studios in Lisbon and Madrid and to carry out his latest artistic actions at the Juan March Foundation in Madrid within the cycle Visual Music (2023), and at the MUN in Pamplona (2023) and at the Kursaal in San Sebastian (2022) in a Tribute to the Encuentros de Pamplona with Sigma Project Quartet, as well as to publish his essay on art Lo que no se ve, (2021) with the publishing house Archivos Vola. His video piece Milk Split on a Stone (2022) with music by Helga Arias was selected this year at the VIII Festival de Música electroacústica y audiovisual de Chile.

His latest projects include the solo exhibitions A invenção de distâncias (2023) at the Museum of Natural History in Lisbon as well as Solo aquello que pasa por todas las puertas at the Pabellón de mixtos de la Ciudadela in Pamplona (2021), the installation Quatro Paredes de Água (2019), in collaboration with AC/E and the Lisbon City Council, which was recommended by that year’s ARCO Lisboa, and Rituales del Imaginario (2016), the result of his three-month artistic residency at the Fundación Arantzazu Gaur in Guipúzcoa. She has recently participated in Drawing Room Lisboa 2021 and Drawing Room Madrid 2022.

Long live art!

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