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Mountains that dissolve into the mist of abstraction, cities mutating into unexpected geometries, emotions pirouetting across the canvas of figuration, and humanity both witnessing and shaping natural events, climatic shifts, futuristic dystopias, and apocalyptic scenarios. The landscape, an eternal wellspring of human contemplation and wonder, thus becomes the heart of this exhibition. Artists delve into the metamorphosis of natural, urban, and emotional terrains, weaving a visual tapestry that merges abstraction and figuration through a striking diversity of approaches and perspectives.

 

In this selection of works, abstraction unfurls in every stroke, forms defy logic, and colors intertwine in a mystic dance. Undefined mountain peaks, rivers flowing freely without distinct banks; the spectator is immersed in a visual symphony where reality fades and imagination takes the helm. Suddenly, figuration emerges like beacons in the twilight. Intriguingly familiar yet bewildering details materialize amidst the abstract dance: trees stretching their branches like sighs in the wind, skies bearing the palette of an eternal dawn. These elements, as points of reference, offer the viewer an anchor in the artistic maelstrom. As the curatorial journey progresses, the narrative unfolds like a wordless tale. The landscapes, transformed by the artists’ deft hands, narrate stories of metamorphosis and rebirth. The observer becomes an explorer, navigating seas of abstraction and venturing through figurative lands that evoke a nostalgia for the familiar.

 

“Altered Landscapes,” Galeria Azur Madrid’s latest exhibition, celebrates the versatility of art and its power to shift our perspective of the world around us. Bound by a theme intrinsic to humanity – the landscape – this exhibition is an invitation to contemplate, reflect, and feel the eternal connection between man and his environment. A dialogue between the familiar and the unknown, the concrete and the abstract, the natural and the transformed.

 

Each artwork is a chapter in this artistic odyssey, an invitation to lose oneself in the duality of worlds coexisting on the canvas, unveiling the richness of interpretation and the boundless ability of art to transform our perception of the surroundings.

Ceres González

Ceres González

Art Curator and Art Critic. GALERIA AZUR

PHYSICAL & ONLINE EXHIBITION
FEATURED ARTISTS

Lucienne Toledo (United States)
Mansur Baybekov (Uzbekistan)
Dr. Desirée Cox (United States)
Maria Krall (Sweden)
Jutta Widrinsky (Germany)
Yanghee Chang (South Korea)
Dieter Benz (Germany)
Maison Club (Guadeloupe)
Antonio Sampa (Portugal)
Millor Sebastian (France)
Caroline Jardin (France)
Brittney Pearman (United States)
Josephine Lui (Japan)
Jinhee Yang (Canada)
Michael Winitsky (Israel)

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CONSEQUENCES

CONSEQUENCES

FROM FEB 29 TO MARCH 28/2024

HYBRID

HYBRID

FROM MARCH 7 TO MARCH 10/2024

ALTERED LANDSCAPES

ALTERED LANDSCAPES

FROM JAN 11 TO FEB 11/2024

THINK CONTEMPO

THINK CONTEMPO

FROM OCT 28 TO NOV 27/2023

MAPPING

MAPPING

FROM SEPT 28 TO OCT 27

DISLOCATIONS

DISLOCATIONS

FROM AUG 17 TO SEPT 16 /2023

POINT OF VIEW

POINT OF VIEW

FROM jULY 7 TO AUGUST 5/2023

NEW DIMENSIONS

NEW DIMENSIONS

FROM 25/5 TO 24/6 2023

PANTONE

PANTONE

FROM APR 20 TO MAY 19/2023

IN SIDE OUT. RANI BRUCHSTEIN

IN SIDE OUT. RANI BRUCHSTEIN

FROM MARCH 25 TO APRIL 14 / 2023