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OPENING: HYBRID MEMORIES – Bogotá

Art | January 9, 2015 |

hybrid_memories_opening_001_webImage courtesy of Marco Tessarolo

HYBRID MEMORIES – Bogotá
BAC Gallery, Bogotá (Colombia) – January 14th – February 13th, 2015
Opening: January 14, 2015

International ArtExpo, in collaboration with BAC – Bogotá Arte Contemporáneo, is proud to announce the opening of HYBRID MEMORIES, international exhibition of photography, video art, installation and performance art, which will be held in Bogotá (Colombia) at BAC – Bogotá Arte Contemporáneo, from January 14 to February 13, 2015.

The event is curated by Arch. Luca Curci (Founder of LUCA CURCI ARCHITECTS, International ArtExpo and It’s LIQUID Group).

The opening will be on January 14, 2015 at BAC – Bogotá Arte Contemporáneo, at 07.00 PM.

organizer: International ArtExpo
curator: Luca Curci
press office: It’s LIQUID

venue: BAC – Bogotá Arte Contemporáneo, Carrera 7 num. 57 – 53, Bogotá D.C., Colombia
date: January 14th – February 13th, 2015; from Monday to Wednesday 10.00 AM – 06.00 PM, from Thursday to Saturday 10.00 AM – 07.00 PM; Sunday 10.00 AM – 05.00 PM

HYBRID MEMORIES will analyze the memory of people who live hybrid identities, who live an existence in which different cultures, cities and places are mixed together creating parallel experiences and recollections. The multitude of different identities and roles we play in our contemporary life, all the places we visit and all the people we meet, merged together producing hybrid memories.

hybrid_memories_openingl_002_webImage courtesy of Marco Tessarolo

.video art
Chiara Cossu
. Italy | Lucia Flego . Italy | Gabriella Parisi . Italy | Alec Von Bargen . Mexico | Mario Fernando Londoño . Argentina | Jesus Segura . Spain | Toni Simò . Spain | Peter Trukenbrod & Barbara Ekström . Sweden | Paula Haapalahti . Finland | Sasha Litvintseva . UK | Alexandra Anikina . UK | Binary Ontology . USA

.photography
Constanze Kratzsch
. Germany | Maristela Colucci . Brazil | Ilana Sancovschi . Brazil | Giovanni Di Rosaname . Venezuela | Carmen Helena Maturana Ruíz . Colombia | Diana Maria Molina . Colombia | Luisa Fernanda Tamara Guerra . Colombia

.installation
 Christian Salablanca
. Costa Rica

.performance art (on January 14, 2015)
Ikaro Valderrama
. Colombia | David Agudelo-Bernal . Colombia | Milena Gutiérrez . Colombia

BAC – Bogotá Arte Contemporáneo is an exhibition space dedicated to display, promote, market and sell the work, practice of contemporary Colombian and international artists. The art held in display will be presented in multiple mediums of expression.

Starting from 2001, Luca Curci with International ArtExpo and It’s LIQUID Group, have curated and organized more than 80 contemporary art events, with the participation of about 2.500 international artists from all-over the world (UK, Spain, Italy, France, Austria, Portugal, The Netherlands, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Switzerland, Greece, Germany, Turkey, Poland, USA, Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Israel, UAE, Russia, Thailand, etc.) with an average of 45 artworks exhibited in each show (with a maximum of 108 artists involved in the great MORPHOS festival held in Venice during the Architecture Biennale 2014). The organization has international partnerships with art venues in Italy, Turkey, USA, Spain, Argentina, UK, Middle East, etc., and collaborates with museums, galleries and institutions such as MuMo – Museum Montanelli in Prague, Laura Haber Gallery in Buenos Aires, MIXER gallery in Istanbul and MECA art center in Almeria.

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