Contemporary art. Painting, sculpture and photography
Director: Susanna Gibert i Faidella
Address: La Palla, 10
Location: 08221 TERRASSA
Telephone: 937806228 - 609955998
Timetable: Monday to Friday, 18h.-21h.; Saturday, 12h.-14h. and 18h.-21h.
In March, The Espai Cavallers of Lleida, on the occasion of the International working Women's Day, presents a collective exhibition in which the central axis is shown and visibilizar the artistic talent in feminine through a selection
Each one will present his last works and he can see painting, sculpture and graphic work.
However, this work will allow us to see the position of women in the contemporary art world and how little by little they have created their place in the art scene.
Artworks by: Anna Agustí, Carme Aliaga, Laia Arnau, Lita Cabellut, Pilar López, Rebeca Muñoz, Maria Perelló, Aurembiaix Sabaté, Montserrat Valdés, Maite Villafranca
We grow and we leave our childhood behind. We watch the children enjoying the summer joyfully. We can recognize ourselves in them, but we can not avoid looking at them with nostalgia, because we know that we will not be able to go back. But melancholy is in those who look not in those who play. The childhood and especially the summers of childhood, have become for us adults, in lost paradises. Despite this, its luminosity accompanies us, even though we can barely remember those years.
In the pictures of this series appear children absorbed in their summer activities. They are natural and full of vitality. However, something underlies. And is that despite the obvious realism, the images are far from the photographic. The most constructed coexists with drawing, collage and abstract stain. The pictorial resources conform a kind of subjective realism that incites poetic memory. The exhibition "The Invincible Summer" seeks the viewer's empathy, invites him to look into his life experience. But as I have pointed out before, the adult gaze is neither objective nor naive and carries a few simple childish games of its existential understanding. However, despite the possible melancholy, it is inevitable to let go and be, for a brief moment, one of those children. Then the invisible summer of our childhood proves to be, even for a moment, truly invincible.
Pilar López Báez