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In the first half of the 20th century, many modern artists drew inspiration from the concept of four-dimensional space (and the difficulties involved in trying to visualize it). The early Cubists, Surrealists, Futurists, and Abstract artists borrowed ideas from higher-dimensional mathematics and used them to radically advance their work.

 

Today, one of the most exciting aspects of contemporary art is the possibility of hosting proposals that exceed the limits of what is possible, leading to creations that transcend the boundaries of reality. Contemporary artists embrace this impulse and create pieces that explore the realms of the improbable, hypothetical, impossible, and extraordinary.

 

In their search for new formats and expressions, some artists face challenges such as size, choice of materials, mobility, functionality, and durability over time. Others work with new forms and materials to avoid logistical limitations in the construction of their works.

 

In a new curatorial proposal, Galería Azur Madrid presents a journey through the contemporary “New Dimensions” that artists are exploring, including digital art, NFTs, inflatable sculptures, small installations, and a dialogue with more traditional devices. In this way, it offers a space for reflection on the role of contemporary art – a journey of discovery and decoding of new languages – with the conviction that physical and virtual spaces are complementary and have their own meaning.

Ceres González

Ceres González

Art Curator and Art Critic. GALERIA AZUR

PHYSICAL & ONLINE EXHIBITION
FEATURED ARTISTS

Alcina Morais (Brazil)
Ivan Olivares Laferte (Chile)
Vera Nowottny (Germany)
Melvyn Elston-Mendones (UK)
Gabriela Rivera (El Salvador)
Iara Kauman (Argentina)
Flavia YL y Francesco Bertola (Argentina)
Pilar Pérez Prado (Spain)
Aki Sakagami (Japan)
Daniel Timko (Slovakia)
Mariela Soldano (Uruguay)
Jiah Shin (South Korea)
Florencia Aise (Argentina)
Carolina Iturrospe (Argentina)
Irene García (Spain)
Lidewij van der Hof (Netherlands)
Juliane Blasquez (France)
Intiñan Ayacucho (Peru)

Artworks

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JUST MAD

JUST MAD

FROM MARCH 7 TO MARCH 10/2024

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