EXHIBITIONS

Espitia Gallery Wynwood Art District 2294 NW 2nd Ave. suite C Miami, FL 33127 (corner of 2nd Ave. and 23rd St)
Espitia Gallery Wynwood Art District 2294 NW 2nd Ave. suite C Miami, FL 33127 (corner of 2nd Ave. and 23rd St)

Why exhibit in "Wynwood" the second most important art district in the world?

Miami receives nowadays the most important contemporary art fairs in the world and Wynwood Art District is the ground where the most prestigious and highest world ranking New York and European galleries have branch venues.

 

The Wynwood Art District contains over 70 galleries, museums and art collections. The second Saturday night of every month, is “ArtWalk” in Wynwood and the art galleries and studios open their doors to the public for viewing.

 

CALL FOR ARTISTS:

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The Best of Wynwood Artwalk

 

Wynwood welcomed the masses for its February artwalk. With food trucks,open galleries, street shows, and Wynwood's cast of characters, there was plenty to see.

 


ESPITIA GALLERY - USA

Wynwood Arts District

2294 NW 2nd Ave. suite C

Miami, FL 33127

Phone: (786) 773 4812

 

ESPITIA GALERIA - Colombia

Castillogrande calle 5A # 11-86 P2

Telefono:: (57) 310 6504516

Cartagena de Indias, Colombia.

 

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ANNABELLA BOTERO

ARTWORK

Paper Dolls 2 / Acrylic technique on acrylic sheet / 23.6  x 23.6 in / 2015
Paper Dolls 2 / Acrylic technique on acrylic sheet / 23.6 x 23.6 in / 2015

The series consists of a GALLERY OF PORTRAITS, photo type whose theme is related to violence. 


They are anonymous beings (women), who are part of a story which refers both to painting and to reality. They are faces that have been marked by some violence and showing the imprint that has been in each of them.  


It is a series of 9 paintings, mixed technique and acrylic technique on acrylic sheet, made in 2015.



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Paper Dolls 1 / Acrylic technique on acrylic sheet / 23.6  x 23.6 in / 2015
Paper Dolls 1 / Acrylic technique on acrylic sheet / 23.6 x 23.6 in / 2015
Paper Dolls 3 / Acrylic technique on acrylic sheet / 23.6  x 23.6 in / 2015
Paper Dolls 3 / Acrylic technique on acrylic sheet / 23.6 x 23.6 in / 2015

Paper Dolls 4 / Mixed and acrylic technique on acrylic sheet / 23.6  x 11.8 in / 2015
Paper Dolls 4 / Mixed and acrylic technique on acrylic sheet / 23.6 x 11.8 in / 2015
Paper Dolls 5 / Mixed and acrylic technique on acrylic sheet / 23.6  x 11.8 in / 2015
Paper Dolls 5 / Mixed and acrylic technique on acrylic sheet / 23.6 x 11.8 in / 2015

Paper Dolls 6 / Mixed and acrylic technique on acrylic sheet / 23.6  x 11.8 in / 2015
Paper Dolls 6 / Mixed and acrylic technique on acrylic sheet / 23.6 x 11.8 in / 2015
Paper Dolls 7 / Mixed and acrylic technique on acrylic sheet / 23.6  x 11.8 in / 2015
Paper Dolls 7 / Mixed and acrylic technique on acrylic sheet / 23.6 x 11.8 in / 2015

THE ACANDÍ ’s FORGOTTEN     

The series is a reflection about violence in Colombia. They are characters uprooted, displaced , forced to leave their territory, Acandí, a town located in the department of Choco, in the Gulf of Urabá (Colombia).   It is a series of 15 paintings, medium and large format, with Technique Oil canvas, made between 2005 and 2010.

AcandÍ VII / Oil on canvas / 74.8 x 59 in / 2010
AcandÍ VII / Oil on canvas / 74.8 x 59 in / 2010
AcandÍ VIII / Oil on canvas / 74.8 x 59 in / 2010
AcandÍ VIII / Oil on canvas / 74.8 x 59 in / 2010

AcandÍ IV / Oil on canvas / 59 X 39.3 in / 2009
AcandÍ IV / Oil on canvas / 59 X 39.3 in / 2009
AcandÍ V / Oil on canvas / 59 X 39.3 in / 2009
AcandÍ V / Oil on canvas / 59 X 39.3 in / 2009

AcandÍ II / Oil on canvas / 59 X 39.3 in / 2007
AcandÍ II / Oil on canvas / 59 X 39.3 in / 2007
AcandÍ III / Oil on canvas / 59 X 39.3 in / 2009
AcandÍ III / Oil on canvas / 59 X 39.3 in / 2009

ABOUT ME...

2010- 2002 Tallerista del Museo de Colsubsidio Talllerista (plastilina, collage, pintura) niños y jóvenes de diversas comunidades

2002-2001 Perteneciente al grupo de arte “Colectivo en tránsito”, conformado por artistas de distintas universidades

1999 Fotografía centro Tallarte

1999 Escultura con Hanna Bibliowitz 1997 Taller con el pintor Leonel Góngora 1997 Pintora y Literata, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

1995-1992 Pintura cursos impartidos por la Universidad Nacional de Colombia

 

EXHIBITIONS

2015 Exposicion Itinerante “Mural por la Paz” Congreso de la Republica

2015 Exposicion Colectiva “Los Rostros del Alma” Galeria La Escalera

2015 Exposición Colectiva, Salón Diversidad, Casa Cuadrada

2014 Exposición Colectiva “Mural por la Paz” Galería La Escalera

2008 Exposición individual “Ciudades” Centro de Convenciones Alfonso López Pumarejo, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

2008 Exposición Colectiva Muestra colectiva e Itinerante por las tres Bibliotecas Mayores, Tunal, Tintal y Virgilio Barco 2008 Exposición Individual y Residencia Artística BAC y Localidad de Teusaquillo, IMPAHU

2007 Exposición “Los Cien en Simultánea” BAC Colegios del Distrito Capital

2004 Exposición individual “Fruit tropical-trans” Casa de España

2003 IV Bienal de Arte de Suba, Bulevar Niza Encuentro Localidad de Teusaquillo, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Auditorio León de Greiff, Universidad Nacional de Colombia y Galería Café Libro

2002 Exposición Colectiva “Colectivo en Tránsito - Tercera Estación” Auditorio León de Greiff, Sala de Exposiciones, Universidad Nacional de Colombia Exposición colectiva “Colectivo en Tránsito - Segunda Estación”, Galería Cabaret

2001 Exposición Colectiva “Colectivo en Tránsito - Primera Estación” Universidad Minuto de Dios Exposición Colectiva “La Ternura” Galería Café Libro

2000 Exposición Individual “Mujeres en el Umbral” Fundación Santillana para Iberoamérica

1999 Exposición Colectiva “Mecano de Figuras Geométricas” Salón del Juguete, Fundación Gilberto Alzate Avendaño

1998 Exposición colectiva “El carrusel de los sueños”, grupo KINE, salón del Juguete, Fundación Gilberto Alzate Avendaño

1998 Exposición Individual de Pintura “En el amor la muerte nos visita varias veces” Escuela Superior de Administración Pública ESAP

 



Email: annabellabotero@gmail.com