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Develando lo invisible / Unveiling the invisble

Exhibition  /  17 Nov 2021  -  03 Dec 2021
Published: 26.11.2021
Develando lo invisible / Unveiling the invisble.
TP art gallery
Management:
Paola Figueroa Pérez
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Intro
The intention of the exhibition is to install the concept of "Jewel Art" and bring it closer to the public that does not know the process of these creations which are unmarked from the traditional jewelry exhibited in showcases and shop windows.

Artist list

Patricia Aguilar, Fabiola Ahumada, Carlos Bautista Biernnay, Vicky Biagiola, Cece Carrasco, Javiera Cerda, Natalia Covarrubias, Verónica Fajardo, Paola Figueroa, Pamela Fuentes, Carmen Gloria Vivanco, Caco Honorato, Patricia Iglesias, María Inés Nouzeilles, Lorena Jarpa, Gabriela Nirino, Mercedes Noriega, Yael Olave, Daniela Rivera, Marita Sario, María Teresa Vela, Vivian Urmeneta, Paola Valencia, Caroline Viana, Mariela Vicencio
The exhibition Develando lo Invisible was a call for 2020/2021 made by the platform La Brújula Arte en tránsito de Chile; in a collaborative work with TP Art Gallery of Quillota, Valparaíso Region, Chile.
The call arises in the context of the October 2019 Social Outburst that occurred in Chile, originally projected for national creators and later, due to the great interest to participate, it was extended to Latin American creators, they felt the need and responsibility to declare their reflections in front of the conflict and its repercussions, which are not far from the reality of their own countries.
The profile of the works are inscribed in what is called Contemporary Jewelry as an art device, in other words, the intention of the exhibition is to install the concept of "Jewel Art" and bring it closer to the public that does not know the process of these creations which are unmarked from the traditional jewelry exhibited in showcases and shop windows, we break with this formality.
We want to highlight the experimental creation of national and international artists, using a variety of materials to give voice to their work, closer to the visual arts than to traditional jewelry and where they demonstrate a formal search from the subjective.

The international exhibition brings together creators from Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Uruguay and has the curatorial text in charge of Estudio Honorato+Vicencio: “SUBJECTIVE URGENCY, The awakening of Chile and its re foundation from the symbolic”.


Opening hours:
Monday to Friday, 9 am to 13 pm.

Ps: Limited seating capacity, more information please send email to paofigueroaperez@gmail.com
Patricia Iglesias. Bracelet: Mirage II, 2020. Molten plastic from bottles, cotton, linen, viscose, copper, silver.. 6.5 x 10.5 x 12.5 cm. Photo by: Jorge Carcamo. From series: Mirage. Patricia Iglesias
Bracelet: Mirage II, 2020
Molten plastic from bottles, cotton, linen, viscose, copper, silver.
6.5 x 10.5 x 12.5 cm
Photo by: Jorge Carcamo
From series: Mirage
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Lorena Jarpa. Necklace: Opposites, 2020. Remnant knitted fabrics, Japanese lacquer, waxed cotton threads, homemade starch.. 35 x 25 x 70 cm. Photo by: Lorena Jarpa. From series: Sporadic manifestations. Lorena Jarpa
Necklace: Opposites, 2020
Remnant knitted fabrics, Japanese lacquer, waxed cotton threads, homemade starch.
35 x 25 x 70 cm
Photo by: Lorena Jarpa
From series: Sporadic manifestations
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Yael Olave. Brooch: Troubled heart IV, 2020. Oxygen cannulas, electrical cables, silicone wire, copper, silver, brass and stainless steel wire.. 17 x 12 x 9.5 cm. Photo by: Patricio Zepeda. From series: Clinical status. Yael Olave
Brooch: Troubled heart IV, 2020
Oxygen cannulas, electrical cables, silicone wire, copper, silver, brass and stainless steel wire.
17 x 12 x 9.5 cm
Photo by: Patricio Zepeda
From series: Clinical status
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Daniela Rivera. Brooch: The Fractured, 2020. Cement, burnt used jeans cloth, copper, bronze, steel.. 7 x 4 x 9 cm. Photo by: Rodrigo Rivera. Daniela Rivera
Brooch: The Fractured, 2020
Cement, burnt used jeans cloth, copper, bronze, steel.
7 x 4 x 9 cm
Photo by: Rodrigo Rivera
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Caco Honorato. Mariela Vicencio. Object: We were never queens of any spring, 2020. Cold ceramics, acrylic paint and wool.. 16 x 7 x 7 cm. Caco Honorato
Mariela Vicencio
Object: We were never queens of any spring, 2020
Cold ceramics, acrylic paint and wool.
16 x 7 x 7 cm
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Natalia Covarrubias. Necklace: Pictorial memory I, 2019. Linete, dyed cotton, beads, linen lace, linen cord.. 22 x 2 x 45 cm. Photo by: Andrea Covarrubias. Natalia Covarrubias
Necklace: Pictorial memory I, 2019
Linete, dyed cotton, beads, linen lace, linen cord.
22 x 2 x 45 cm
Photo by: Andrea Covarrubias
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María Inés Nouzeilles. Necklace: Lead and blood in the body, 2019. Embroidered X-ray clippings joined together.. 30 x 1 x 45 cm. Photo by: Gustavo Jelen. María Inés Nouzeilles
Necklace: Lead and blood in the body, 2019
Embroidered X-ray clippings joined together.
30 x 1 x 45 cm
Photo by: Gustavo Jelen
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Marita Sario. Necklace: On the road, 2018. Catfish spines, leather, alpaca, lost wax.. 17 x 2 x 15 cm. Photo by: Damián Wasser. Marita Sario
Necklace: On the road, 2018
Catfish spines, leather, alpaca, lost wax.
17 x 2 x 15 cm
Photo by: Damián Wasser
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Vicky Biagiola. Bracelet: The slave, 2018. Hinged alpaca with sublimated photos on PVC glued on the metal.. 22 x 2 x 45 cm. Photo by: Roberto Morales. Vicky Biagiola
Bracelet: The slave, 2018
Hinged alpaca with sublimated photos on PVC glued on the metal.
22 x 2 x 45 cm
Photo by: Roberto Morales
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