Contemporary Art

“Contemporary art” is also a broad term and usually imprecise term. Thus, LatamArt will distinguish “contemporary art” from “modern art” based on the ending of the latter, which happened around the time Conceptual art began in the late 1960s. Notably, the late 1960s was the time when the “modern art” “isms” -e.g., Cubism, Expressionism, and Fauvism- that designated groups of artists united by style, ideology, and, usually social, and professional ties gave way to broader thematic categories, traditionally determined by the critics.

Verónica Matiz

Veronica´s message is how it emotionally and intellectually engages the viewer. Veronica has developed a personal visual vocabulary fundamentally

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Jorge Ortiz Tinoco

The perceptions about beauty are often ignored, that is where the line becomes the protagonist of Ortiz’s work. He is An architect and a visual artist,

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Magali Reales

Magali Reales is a Colombian contemporary artist that experiments with the different possibilities of the object-viewer relationship. Thus, movement

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Patricia Esguerra

The exhibition takes us to the journey of the Guatavita Lake, the site of the legend of el Dorado, Colombia, It was the religious capital of the ancient Muisca

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Carlos Lersundy

My current work is the result of a process that has gone through various disciplines in art such as photography, cinematography, design, and painting.

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Andrés Santo Domingo

Soul Encounters. The Soul Encounter’s series combining stillness with motion, solitude with universality and definition with suggestion, is a contemp-

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Miguel Diaz Granados

Lyrical Abstraction in no preexisting shapes to messages something personal, subjective and emotive, and to doing it in a poetic, abstract way, adopts

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Lorena Rosas

Inspiring Essence of Children Art as an exploration of the female gender, juxtaposed situations and objects, generating a kind of deconstruction with

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María Teresa Hernández

The captivating dreamlike painting series “Along the way” are unique in their enigmatic beauty, with a message of events and amorous dramas that disrupt

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Pablo Zapata

Pablo Zapata is an artist based in Colombia, whose vibrant work aims to use color, texture, and language to create a unique, self-reflective perspective-

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Alfredo Jaar

Alfredo Jaar (born 1956, Santiago) is an artist, architect, and filmmaker who lives in New York City. From age 5 to 16, he lived in Martinique before moving

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Marcela Sinclair

Marcela Sinclair (born 1968, Buenos Aires) obtained a bachelor of Visual Arts from Instituto Universitario Nacional del Arte. Sinclair is a professor of

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Mateo López

Mateo López (born 1978, Bogotá) centers his work on visual expressions of anecdotes and experiences. His narratives intend to spur associations.

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María Panesso

María Esther paints original portraits on abstract background using oil and acrylic paints. Intended popular appeal and engagement with popular.

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