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post-title Felipe Cusicanqui | To The Ground | Galerie Born Berlin | 06.03.-18.04.2020

Felipe Cusicanqui | To The Ground | Galerie Born Berlin | 06.03.-18.04.2020

Felipe Cusicanqui | To The Ground | Galerie Born Berlin | 06.03.-18.04.2020

Felipe Cusicanqui | To The Ground | Galerie Born Berlin | 06.03.-18.04.2020

until 18.04. | #2699ARTatBerlin | Galerie Born Berlin presents from 6th March 2020 the exhibition To The Ground with artworks by the artist Felipe Cusicanqui. 

“In 2010 I saw works by Felipe Cusicanqui in a gallery in Santiago de Chile for the first time.

Abedules, Barro y Manuela, 2020, mud and acrylic on raw cotton fabric, 165 x 193 cm

To The Ground is the third solo exhibition of the Chilean artist at Galerie Born who by now moved to Berlin with his family.
Looking at his paintings from within the last ten years, the seemingly endless diversity of the materials used is remarkable.

ART-at-Berlin---Courtesy-of-Galerie-Born-Berlin---Felipe-CusicanquiColgados. Cielo Blanco, 2020, mud and acrylic on canvas, 150 x 190 cm

Bosque, Recortes y Mapas, 2019, mixed media on paper, 71 x 100 cm

But they all have one thing in common: In the paintings of Felipe Cusicanqui, we always encounter his immediate environments, be it landscape or family.
In Chile it was the Andes and the rural work situation, the urban spaces there.
You can now discover his Berlin surroundings, the Grunewald, streets, houses, and always his family.

Troncos Negros. Brotes Verdes II, 2020, mixed media on jute, 86 x 162 cm

In the broadest sense, To The Ground reflects the floor on which the artist is moving.”

Matthias Fuhrmann, February 2020

Vernissage: Thursday, 5th March 2020, 6 – 9 pmr

Exhibition period: Friday, 6th March – Saturday,18th April 2020

Zur Galerie Born Berlin


Exhibition Felipe Cusicanqui – Galerie Born Berlin | Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin | Contemporary Art | Exhibitions Berlin Galleries | ART at Berlin


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