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after urban . el salvador

Events | August 28, 2007 |

After Urban – International ArtExpo Collection . El Salvador
September 8-29, 2007

General Information.
La Fabrí-k (LFK) is an artists collective who are in search of developing a sustainable cultural space which feeds on dialogue and the exchange of experiences and ideas, working alongside proyects of mutual benefit and for the surrounding community, as well as counting on spacious studios for our creative purposes.

Sky, flower, spot, line, sound. Reality is composed of little pieces, fragments, here and now that give us our individual sense of life in the scenery we choose to live in, or the scenery we choose to like, observe, create, and deconstruct with the eyes of perception. The art group LA FABRI-K meditates on this concept in this photographic exhibition, presented on a large scale format.

.curator Luca Curci
.project coordinator Alexia Miranda
.place La Fabri-k – carretera al puerto La Libertad km 171/2 – El Salvador

.artists
Luca Curci
. Italy | Cristina Hortiguela . Spain | Tom Estlack . USA | Jill Turner . USA | Jussara Felix Figueredo . USA/BR | Magda Matwiejew . Australia | Giusy Lauriola . Italy | Bryan Lauch . USA | Gregory Steel . USA | James Johnson-Perkins . UK | Lorenzo Fumagalli . Italy | Marta Alvim Marinho . Portugal

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