CENTRAL FINE BUENOS AIRES
Ugarteche 3050, Buenos Aires, El Palacio de los Patos. 1425.
19 DE ABRIL-Mayo 21
VERNISSAGE: VIERNES 19 de Abril, de 19 a 21 horas.
ARTISTS: Yin Quan und Brahma, Singh Diego, Hwang Jiae.
Central Fine Buenos Aires presents an appointment between the duo Yin Quan & Brahma, Diego Singh and Jiae Hwang. The artists introduce Kazuo Funaki to Buenos Aires from many angles, making sure that his black and white photograph stumbles upon a space of potency. Using many hands, many heads, etc., the group exhibition clearly attempts to declare that the other only exits oneself when oneself admits that inside, there is no room for anything else.
Un hielito aca, regio, bueno...chausito.
About the artists:
Jiae Hwang was born in Seoul, Korea, and has exhibited her work in several venues, including: the Serpentine Gallery, London; The Miami Art Museum, Miami, Central Fine, Miami; The Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo; CCS Bard/ Hessel Museum, The Rubell Family Collection Miami; etc. She is the graphic design director of Central Fine Miami Beach.
Diego Singh was born in Salta, Argentina. Has exhibited his work in several venues including: The Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, California, the Fondazzione Malvina Menegaz per le Arti e la Cultura, Various Small Fires, Los Angeles; Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo; Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami. He was co-founder of Terri and Donna Gallery in Miami. Currently directsand co-directs Central Fine Miami Beach, Buenos Aires (with Esteban Singh Caro and Gracia Martinez Arias) and Port au Prince (with Tomm El-Saieh.)
Yin Quan und Brahma are obviously a made up duo selected because they share a lot: They are deities, and as such, they can float. Brahma sports 4 heads, checking all angles of creation. Quan Yin, exhibits 1000 arms, and happens to inspire compassion.