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DIDAC’s first exhibition pays tribute to Paulo Reis

(Santiago de Compostela, Spain) In February 2006, the first number of DARDOmagazine was published. It was the first step towards the creation of DIDAC (DARDO Instituto do Deseño e das Artes Contemporáneas), an art foundation that opened its doors in the first week of March. Honoring one of its original founders, Brazilian artist Paulo Reis, who died in 2011, its first exhibition, “Specchio Paulo Reis”, reunites works by 13 artists who have once worked with him, two of them former PIPA Prize nominees.

Last days | “La otra orilla”, by Sandra Cinto

(Canary Islands, Spain) “Sandra Cinto gives visual shape to the hardship that is transitioning through life, surviving. In that way, she draws oceans that are borders, emotional landscapes that answer metaphorically to this hard task that is going from one place to another. In many cases waves look like hills, other borders, nonetheless natural and immeasurable”, says curator David Barro.

Sandra Cinto on view at the Canary Islands with new artworks

(Canary Islands, Spain) Sandra Cinto is one of the great innovative drawing artists in the Latin American art context, where she stood out for her way of expanding the media until a position where it dialogues to painting and sculpture. From drawing, she intervenes graphically in architectural spaces, objects or any image, that become hybrid. “La otra orilla” [“The other shore”] comprises three large installations made with the three medias that sustain the artist’s production: paintng, sculpture and drawing.

“La otra orilla” | Solo exhibition by Sandra Cinto with brand new artworks

(Canary Islands, Spain) The show gathers three large installations that represent Sandra’s particular look on the link between Brazil and Latin America to Europe and, more precisely, to the Canary Islands. They are pieces commissioned by the exhibition space that reflect the three medias most used in her work: painting, sculpture, drawing and site-specific installations, the three languages that sustain her artistic production.

Sandra Cinto displays installations in solo show “La otra orilla”

(Canary Islands, Spain) The show gathers three large installations that represent Sandra’s particular look on the link between Brazil and Latin America to Europe and, more precisely, to the Canary Islands. They are pieces produced for CAAM that reflect the three medias most used in her work: painting, sculpture, drawing and site-specific installations, the three languages that sustain her artistic production.

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