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Žarko Aleksić

Žarko Aleksić, “Monu_Mental Structure”, 2019. Courtesy of the artist. Žarko Aleksić is the winner of the 2020 Dimitrije Bašičević Mangelos Award. Aleksić works across several mediums integrating experience, photography, video, installation and performativity – all of which relate to his interest in experience as a synthesis of the modernistic techniques of collage and montage. This …

Tomoko Hisamatsu

Tomoko Hisamatsu, “300 Yen Paintings” 2020-, 176 x 250mm each work, acrylic and collage on paper, etc. Born and raised in Mie, Japan, Tomoko Hisamatsu studied in Yamagata, and is now based near Tokyo. As a painter, she creates mainly research-based figurative works. Tomoko’s practice is marked by her interactions with various local communities from …

Dante Buu

Dante Buu, “and you—do you die happy?”, 2021, Long-durational performance, Photo documentation of performance at the Festival Localize: Encounters, Badestelle neben Strandbad, Park Babelsberg, Potsdam, 2021 (photo: Adam Sevens), Courtesy of artist. Dante Buu is an artist, storyteller and performer who intertwines the autobiographical with the lives of others. Dante’s artistic practice, fluid and playful …

Sara Bichão

Photo by Carolina Vieira, 2021. Courtesy of Porta33 and the artist. Sara Bichão moves mainly around the subjects of memory, nature, and bodiness. Her working process binds with emotional channels: to heal, to purge, to perpetuate, to play. The works are sculptural with a chromatic atmosphere, which at times, are activated by the artist through …

Luísa Jacinto

Luísa Jacinto, Thirst, 2022, spray paint on polyester, 257 x 327 cm © Alexandre Camarão The sensation of crossing the world as an immense unabridged painting is not strange to Luísa Jacinto’s art practice. In this movement, the awareness of time, of a specific duration, of a limited break of suitable attention, is more acute …

Fernanda Feher

Fernanda Feher, Femme Fatale, oil and acrylic on canvas, 55 x 70 inches Fernanda Feher is a multimedia artist who works mostly with collages and figurative painting (water-based oil paint and watercolors), but has also been experimenting with ceramic sculptures and installations. Feher subverts traditional portraiture by placing subjects in fantastic, sometimes impossible landscapes heavy …

Presence

Image designed by Anna Kenneth for Presence Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space and Residency Unlimited (RU) are pleased to present the summer group show Presence, featuring works realized by RU artists-in-residence Jakub Choma (Czech Republic), Fernanda Feher (Brazil), Hamza Kirbas (Turkey), Enxhi Mehmeti (Germany/Kosovo), and Andrew M. Mezvinsky (Austria/US). Presence examines literal, conceptual, and metaphorical representations of the human. In …

Andrew M Mezvinsky

Andrew M Mezvinsky, “A linear inspiration of Fritz Koenig”, 2021, 17:17 Video Animation Installation Loop Andrew M Mezvinsky is an artist who works in a variety of media. With the use of appropriated materials which are borrowed from a day-to-day context, Mezvinsky makes works that can be seen as mini-atmospheres. Sometimes they appear idiosyncratic and …

David Almeida

David Almeida, “Arriba do Chão”, 2021, Oil on ceramics, Photo by Ana Pigosso David Almeida’s research is developed around pictorial experimentation in various media and supports such as canvas, linen, wood, ceramics and engraving. His production has as its main focus the issues of space and the body on the move, exploring the visuality of …

Wawrzyniec Gucewicz

Wawrzyniec Gucewicz, White Christmas at the Russian hairdresser, 2021 Wawrzyniec Gucewicz is an architect and film director with a recent concentration on painting. After many years working in the film industry, he returned to painting in 2017 with a focus on people and the times they live in, their ideas and inventions. Gucewicz’s practice touches …