Cerquone Projects, Caracas

Final Avenida San Felipe La Castellana, Quinta 117 Caracas, Venezuela

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Jaime Gili (Caracas, 1972). Gili's work has been contextualized as a contemporary critical development of the tradition of Latin American abstraction, especially the Venezuelan optical artists from the 20th Century. Critics have described his work as "a mix of Pop, Minimalism, Vorticism, Futurism and street art". He has exhibited widely in the UK, US, Switzerland, Spain, and in many Latin American countries, especially his native Venezuela.

Paul Amundarain (Caracas, 1985) In his work he explores the economic, social, cultural and political dimensions that have developed a series of consequences and have conditioned the present time and its urban and sociological landscapes. He studied architecture in Caracas where he lived and worked until 2013. Today he works from his studio in Caracas and in Miami. Paul has participated in several group and individual exhibitions in the United States and Venezuela.

Alberto Cavalieri (Caracas, 1969). Recognized for his monumental sculptures and architectural interventions. He studied industrial design, mechanical engineering and art (Caracas, 1986-1996) and since then he has been dedicated to the development of the visual arts, especially focused on sculpture. His work is represented in important public and private collections internationally. He currently resides and works between Caracas and Miami.

Enay Ferrer (Caracas, 1974). In his proposals he seeks to highlight the animal characteristics of the individual, not only in their appearance, but also in handling signs and symbols that refer to their behavior under political, social and cultural structures. He has participated in numerous exhibitions in different parts of the world. He currently resides and works in Caracas, Venezuela.

Fausto Amundarain (Caracas, 1992) - His work is characterized by the use and repetition of visual graphics accumulated in multiple layers of information. The beauty and decline of his hometown and the contrast with the simplicity of his childhood drawings are a fundamental reference of his work.

Paul Amundarain]
2019, Wood, acrylic paint, silkscreen, acrylic mirror, 120 x 120 cm
Jaime Gili
A504 Yesenia 1966 (Republic Announcement)
2019, Acrylic on stripped awning fabric, 150 x 110 cm
Alberto Cavalieri
Cronos alum
2018, Duralumin, 35.5 x 32 x 31 cm
Enay Ferrer
Sr. Conejo
2019, Acrylic and oil on canvas. 180 x 200 cm
Fausto Amundarain
Anonimato (cubes)
2019, Mixed media on paper, 120 x 120 cm
Fausto Amundarain
Anonimato (cubes)
2019, Mixed media on paper, 120 x 120 cm