Chiado see and feel. DC14 – The experience

Chiado see and feel. DC14 – The experience
Chiado see and feel. DC14 - The experience

Chiado see and feel. DC14 – The experience

Downtown Chiado 14 arrived to blast and by opening day I can say it was superb. This exhibition reflects different sensitivities, different experiences of each artist. I hope the public can visit the exhibition and the exhibition itself feel it apart to see, we have here also a part that is for people to feel, an experience you should enjoy.

The presence of artists from Mexico is a majority , “Painting for the Blind” created by Lilian Hicel, where the artist has created work for the blind and is having a lot of international reviews. From Mexico is still possible to appreciate the works of Emmanuel Vazquez, Osram and Adriana Acevedo Torres. Emmanuel Vazquez revealed that “his work conveys the will to fight for love, for life, a man who wants to deliver” as Osram Acevedo shared that “his work is inspired by the constellations and represents one” adding that as Painter “love , life and women” are your greatest source of inspiration”. Adriana Torres speaks that “it is very important to be a disclosure of our work and that people will see” adding that his work is marked by “traits wide”. From Spain you can appreciate works of INC and Juana Del Pozo, France is the photographer Saint Hilier Eponine, the United States of artists Domingo Parada and Susie McKay Krieser and Brazil Stella Gomide. Stella revealed that her work “was inspired by nature, because where I live, São Paulo, in front of my house has a park and it was that inspired me”.

Im very excited with all the share of experience, stay tunned, I will share more details soon.

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“A brief moment to tell you that my art is my soul.” Natália Gromicho was born in Lisbon, Portugal, studied Fine Arts from the FBAUL in Lisbon, and private art school ARCO, also in Lisbon she specialized in painting. More than 50 solo and group exhibitions, Natalia represented her country in international exhibitions such as Italy (in the biggest international Human Rights exhibition), in Brazil (the most important south America Arts and Fashion Exhibition Casa Cor), in Miami (World Tour Exhibitions Contemporary Artists) and the first Portuguese Artist in Adelaide, Australia (Adelaide Fringe Festival). Winner of several contests for example “Best Rolling Stone Alternative Logo” for Major Portuguese Radio Comercial in 1999 (win a trip to London and meet Rolling Stones in Bridges to Babylon Tour in Wembley. Her works is represented in several private and institutional collections all around the world.

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