Julio Grinblatt exhibit. The most beautiful sky is in Brooklyn. Into Minus Space

Julio Grinblatt exhibit. The most beautiful sky is in Brooklyn. Into Minus Space
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Brooklyn exhibitions. Cielito Lindo by Julio Grinblatt at Minus Space. On view now through August 3rd. If you have the chance, don’t miss this event, Yareah Magazine friends. It’s worth!


Cielito Lindo by Julio Grinblatt. Courtesy of Minus Space

The clear blue sky, the brilliant sky of a happy day… That sky we see when we are happy. That one that invites us to life and to love… Definitely, a ‘Cielito Lindo.’

The Argentine artist Julio Grinblatt is currently showing his different artwork at Minus Space in Brooklyn. On view now through Saturday, August 3rd. This is the Argentine-born, Brooklyn-based artist first solo exhibition in New York and it features a suite of unique, large-scale C-print photographs depicting the clear blue sky. Then, a ‘Cielito Lindo’, Spanish expression which means ‘Beautiful Sky…’ and something more.

Yes, because ‘Cielito Lindo’ means also ‘Nice Girl’ and even, ‘Nice Soul.’ Thus, it’s wonderful to enjoy a show full of positive ideas and sensations, a positive show trying to create a positive world.

When you see Julio Grinblatt blue works, you smile. He has gotten a difficult light which emerges from his works thanks to a difficult technique.

To create this body of essentially monochromatic photographs, Grinblatt used the same non-digital negative and articulated the following four-step premise:

1. I took a photograph of a clear sky.

2. I sent the negative to a professional color lab.

3. I asked the printer to print a beautiful sky.

4. Repeat from 2.

Unquestionably, Julio Grinblatt Cielito Lindo series stresses how aesthetic notions are generated in relation to the photographic apparatus, in particular the photographic printing process and the exhibition is being a great success. It’s not a surprise, because when you enter in Minus Space now, you are entering in a new Heaven.

Enjoy your day, Art is Everywhere.


Cielito Lindo by Julio Grinblatt. Courtesy of Minus Space


Cielito Lindo by Julio Grinblatt. Courtesy of Minus Space

**Minus Space 111 Front Street, Suite 226, Brooklyn, NY 11201

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