Ximena Samudio is a plastic artist born in BogotÃ¡, Colombia, whose work explores form and matter through compositions based on geometry using diverse elements and formats using supports from two-dimensional to three-dimensional (painting, sculpture) and thus explore the changing character of things to reconstruct and re-interpret their own environment. Her prints are both formal and rigorous. Her artistic career began in 1999. Her Between individual and collective exhibitions at a national and international level, assistance in museum assemblies, salons and international art fairs. Spain, Colombia, Venezuela have been host countries and spaces for visibility of the work in the different techniques proposed. His work is included in the collections of the Enrique Grau Museum in BogotÃ¡, Faro Cabo Mayor Art Center Museum â€“ Sanz-Villar Collection / Faro de Cabo Mayor, s/n / Santander Cantabria Spain, Ateneo de CarÃºpano Venezuela, Casaduo Center for Latin American Art Venezuela and private collections in France and Germany. Last exhibitions held: 2021 IV Virtual Exhibition. Mundoarti Museum. Spain. 2021 RE-EMERGE. The Art Gallery Branch. Medellin Colombia. 2021 IV International Mini Print Cantabria, Spain. 2019 Modern & Contemporary Art Show Marbella. Gaudi Art Gallery. Madrid. Spain ;2019 Modern & Contemporary Art Show Marbella. Marbella-Spain.
I am an industrial designer, I grew up between oil and turpentine, the smell of pressed canvases waiting for their first coats of paint, the inks for engraving, the warmth of a workshop with printing presses full of history and encounters with personalities of art that influenced in what I am and in my work, which is why it emerges as a fusion between the inventiveness of design and the plasticity of painting. I pictorially materialize compositions based on geometry using diverse elements and formats using supports from two-dimensional to three-dimensional and thus explore the changing character of things to reconstruct and re-interpret my own environment. The spectator who observes these compositions is invited to relate what is expressed with what surrounds him in his daily life. The three-dimensional pieces are a complement to the two-dimensional language and an extension of the painting. Dialogue. It is what the figures constantly perform around monologues that return images and are projected on the canvas or the three-dimensional surface. Parallelisms, symmetries, asymmetries, geometric repetitions with a variation in its composition that emerges from the depths of the message itself, inhabiting the everyday and the reality of the environment. There is constantly a veil related to memory that dwells like a fog in our memory and is reflected in each of these forms.