Opening of the Exhibition Argentine Visions: From Modernism to Contemporary Aesthetics at Cremata Gallery

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The gallery is currently closed for the summer and will reopen to the public on September 15th, 2009 for the opening of the exhibition Argentine Visions: from Modernism to Contemporary Aesthetics. This exhibition will feature an exciting collection of acrylics, oils, collages, inks, and watercolors, from the fifties to today. From Italo-Argentine Modernist masters Bruno Venier and Carlo Monzani, who have exhibited at the Guggenheim Museum in NYC, to contemporary artists living in Argentina, Cremata Gallery is showcasing 17 artists with very different styles.

Like U. S. art, Argentine art has a strong flavor of the melting pot, that has lately been turning from European influences to its native resources. Many of the paintings and water colors in the show were inspired by the École de Paris, from staid academic works to surrealism. Others are more indigenous.

The opening reception will take place on Sept 18th, 2009 at 7:30 p.m.
Come to the gallery and enjoy Malbec wines, Argentine hors d’oeuvres and a special Tango performance by Claudio y Yanira.

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