Documenting how ideas begin to take form and context.
Artist Wendell Mc Shine
KAdE Kunsthal Museum, Netherlands
“Who More Sci-Fi Than Us” contemporary art from the Caribbean
The exhibition is guest curated by Nancy Hoffmann.
‘Who More Sci-Fi Than Us’ features work by a representative selection of
contemporary artists from all over the Caribbean, from south (Antilles and Surinam)
to north (Cuba and Jamaica) and from west (Costa Rica and Panama) to east (Haiti and
the Dominican Republic), and every island in between.
“Behind The Blue Doors”
Gallery FIFTY24MX UPPER PLAYGROUND México City
These characters (The Blue Men) can be classified as the shamans
of the eternal spirit walk. Messengers and keepers of alchemic formulas.
¨ We can indulge in the magic of what´s inside the doorways of there super selves ¨.
Seen in their bare essentials (sometimes with pants sometimes with flip flops),
all metaphors of disguise, they move between worlds via the French Caribbean
houses and only the those that raise there vibrational force can communicate with them.
They mix the potions of above so below never showing there human faces and silently
stalking the landscape aware of the unseen beauty and potential of human beings.
GALLERY BETTI ONO
PRESENTS: THE STORYTELLERS
A solo Exhibition : Coffee, Charcoal, Ink, Aerosol, Animations, Acrylic, re-purpose materials all collide into a
world of politics, metaphysics and sinister plots attempting to convey an allegorical ideology
for a cast of characters within a fantasy realm. Men who create awakened shadows at the fall
of the evening sun. Sub-worlds where lines become cages; ink stains form the spirits of those
who wear the chicken pox mask. Women who had long left this place for the dimension of
harmonic memories of a time when sweet water filled the land.
Solo Exhibition, Gallery Anno Domini San Jose California.
A special collection of canvases, dioramas, drawings and animations