Los Angeles-based curator IdolWild partners with Spain’s Swinton Gallery for it’s premiere international art exhibit at Keystone Art Gallery. In a collaborative effort They will come together in Los Angeles to present a group art exhibit that is some what outsider in nature, and fervent with experiences beyond the United States border. While a wall of insecurity is looming, curator IdolWild summons visual refuge, exposing the undercurrents of the European art scene.
Crashers: Art from Spain, Berlin and Beyond, gathers the artistic insights from a selection of exciting, multi-disciplinary artists of Spanish descent. Representing countries from all over South America and Europe, this group of emerging artists were hand selected by Goyo Villasevil and Sergio Bang, Directors of the prestigious Swinton Gallery in Madrid, Spain. Swinton Gallery works with courageous artists who dare to publicly announce strong, personal opinions.
For this exhibition the artists were asked to create works that would be loud, impeding, and disrupting normality for it’s spectators. “I feel it’s important to have a cultural and artistic dialogue between nations, especially now.”, explains IdolWild’s Micke Tong. “This is a great opportunity to share artwork from a spectrum of multidisciplinary artists that the community of Los Angeles would probably not have been able to encounter otherwise.”
Artist’s participating include SABEK (SPN), Andrés Senra (SPN), Mario Mankey (BLN), Rurru Mipanochia (MEX), Alice Pasquini (ITA), Javier Iglesias GNOSICK (SPN), Judas Arrieta (SPN), Víctor Solana (SPN), Alaniz (ARG), Alberto M. Centenera (SPN), David De La Mano (Uruguay), S.A.M. (SPN), Raisa Maudit (SPN), and AnimalitoLand (ARG).
Opening reception will be Saturday, March 18, 2017 from 7pm-11pm.
The reception will offer live performance by L.A. Drones at 10pm, as well as refreshments and giveaways. The event will be free and open to the public.
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