ABOUT US

We are a young boutique art gallery, focused on promoting mid-career's artists that stand out not only due to their talent, but also because of their career path.

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FLORENCIA AISE

Anyone who would like to know who this plastic artist is, will have to browse through her early years in Mendoza (Argentina), her home city.

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ENRIQUE TESTASECCA

Born in 1974 in Mendoza, Argentina. He studied architecture at Universidad de Mendoza, and Facultad de Bellas Artes at Universidad Nacional de Cuyo. He works as manager of patrimonial heritage of the Museo Privincial de Bellas Artes.

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SERGIO CASTIGLIONE

Sergio Castiglione (born in Buenos Aires) is an argentine photographer and architect. He has exhibited his work in Argentina as well as abroad. He mainly focuses on urban exploration, travel and architecture photography.

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MARK VASSALLO

Mark Vasallo is best known for his mesmerizing Flowers photographs that captivate audiences with the dynamism they present and the tension that exists between the complexity and the simplicity of their beauty.

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JUAN LASCANO

Juan Lascano (70) is known as one of the most important realist painters in the Western Hemisphere. With more than a hundred exhibitions in three continents, this Argentinean artist comes to Miami with his most recent creations. He has been working

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ERNESTO BERTANI

Ernesto Bertani was born on February 3rd, 1949 in Buenos Aires (Argentina). He is the second child of a traditional middle class family, and the result of a blend of immigrant generations from Italy, France and Spain.

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NEWS

The Architecture of Time

Coming soon, the segMOments exhibition, will explore a new concept of photography where space builds itself in the finite life of light. From Monet to 2001 Space Odyssey feature film time as a perception has been a major variable of life in culture,

New technologies forge new conditions of subjectivity about space and time. Keeping up with the times means living and recreating those transformations through art.

Sergio Castiglione's series, segMOments, explores a new concept of photography where space builds itself in the finite life of light. From Monet to 2001 Space Odyssey feature film time as a perception has been a major variable of life in culture, a means to think the real.     

In the works of Castiglione the metropolis is the place where the Homo Architectus creates a new time device. Tadao Ando, Le Corbusier, Sanaa, Toyo Ito are a few of the philosophers/architects who restate time in their projects.

Journeys – no matter whether real or virtual – set up a new pervasiveness. The increasing speed of reality, as a mental and virtual materiality, puts us in a multiple, bivalent, multi-positional and cyber-visual perception.

The panoramic photographs of some of the most significant cities around the world reveal the view of the artist/architect, who as a modern Marco Polo, captures the morphological beauty of an architecture that merges with light as a marker of time.

Great iconic cities in the itinerary of the avant garde traveler make it possible for time to be subdivided and multiplied and by the gesture of the artist day and night can be reunited in a single shot.

Tacita Dean, Michael Wesely, Wim Wenders, Italo Calvino, Marc Augé,  Henry Bergson, different artists, film makers and thinkers have philosophically connected time to a city.

From this theoretical perspective, even the names given to each piece reveal the conceptual process behind the shot. The place, the moment and the welcome point to the city - in other words, the airports – those micro cities that act as the starting point for the trip.

Rio de Janeiro, New York, London, Miami, Paris, Dubai, Milan, Venice, Buenos Aires, San Francisco, Los Angeles are a few of Verne´s stops around the world in eighty hours.

The poetics of space as light is present and by virtue of the artist we travel around the world, get to live the future – in fact, it is already today – through these images and we become space travelers watching the sun rise in every city, every day.

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17 seconds in the Outside's Kingdom and other possible reflects

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A great review about "Urban Mirrors"

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Wynwood 28, the art gallery with the argentinean accent

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Florencia Aise @ Wynwood 28

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Mendocinos en ArtExpo: paisajes naturalistas y el hiperrealismo, dos ganadores

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La pintora mendocina Florencia Aise nos cuenta cómo se proyecta su carrera

Florencia Aise, entre los 35 jóvenes más prometedores de Argentina

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Matías Riccitelli, uno de los dos mendocinos elegidos por Forbes como los más prometedores y exitoso

Dos mendocinos entre los Sub 35 más prometedores de Argentina

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Dos mendocinos entre los Sub 35 más prometedores de Argentina

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Viví vendimia con estas pinceladas de identidad mendocina

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La Vendimia como obra de arte

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Carlos Escoriza y Florencia Aise Di Paola, juntos en La Bolsa de Comercio

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De artista a ícono de moda

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El hiperrealismo de Florencia Aise mira al mundo

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La mendocina elegida como unos de los íconos de moda del Art Basel

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