â€œLatin America has produced one of the most original and experimental chapters of the history of Twentieth Century Art in its many geometric abstract artists and trends, between the 1940s and the 1970s.”Â Cecilia Fajardo â€“ Hill
May â€“ July
Nine Latin American Masters:
Carmelo Arden Quin. AgustÃn CÃ¡rdenas. Edgar Negret. Cesar Paternosto. Ramirez Villamizar. Carlos Rojas. Antonio Segui. Jesus Rafael Soto. Fernando de Syzlo.
Durban Segnini Gallery was founded in Caracas, Venezuela in 1970 by its present director and owner Cesar Segnini. The gallery specializes in contemporary painting and sculpture with particular emphasis in artists who have worked with abstract expressionism, abstraction, constructivism, geometric and kinetic art.
Latin American Geometric Abstraction
Notebook # 1
Art Circuits presents its first thematic notebook about the unique conditions that Miamiâ€™s market offers to art collectors. Latin American Geometric Abstraction art has been chosen to launch the series. For a better understanding of this movement, Â the publication starts with a foreword written by Cecilia Fajardo-Hill, British Venezuelan curator and historian, chief curator of MOLAA, Long Beach California.
This notebook # 1 consists of images and the list of represented artists of nine art galleries as well as one artistâ€™s studio located in Greater Miami specialized in geometry from all Latin America. Miami is a very distinctive and significant destination for art collectors of this abstract trend, where they can find museum quality pieces for their collections. The galleries are: Ascaso Gallery, Arevalo Gallery, Art Nouveau Gallery, Durban Segnini Gallery, Maxoly / Latin Art Core, Ninoska Huerta Gallery, O. Ascanio Gallery, Sammer Gallery and The Americas Collection. The contemporary geometric artist is Israel Guevara. The notebook will be distributed in Europe this summer at Pinta Art Show in London and at Art Basel in Basel, Switzerland.