Espinasse31 Contemporary Gallery is pleased to present a new group show in its Milan headquarters, on view from May 4 to July 4, 2021. The gallery celebrates the re-opening of cultural spaces across Italy this spring with ‘Reverie: The Divine Feminine’. The exhibition features works by four artists—Meg Gallagher, Silvia Berton, Oscar Estruga, and Antonella Mellini—connected by their portrayals of feminine energy, female deities, the female form, and the feminine imagination.
Through a variety of paintings and sculptural works, ‘Reverie: The Divine Feminine’ explores this very concept while immersing the viewer in the imaginative and oneiric worlds of the four exhibited artists. Rather than presenting a linear narrative confined by gender or sex, the exhibition aims to shed light on different ways of interpreting or expressing femininity. By bringing together three female artists and one male, all of different ages and creative backgrounds, the composition is richly varied in terms of...media and style, while harmoniously depicting reveries of the female body and portrait, Gods and pagans, metaphors, and paradoxes. The strong narrative quality of all exhibited works makes the composition feel like one same story written in different typefaces.
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Espinasse31 - Oscar Estruga, Meg Gallagher URL fuente
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