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Jeanine Brito

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Jeanine Brito

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Current exhibitions

Domestic Animals Charity Exhibition Group show

24 February 2022 – 24 March, 2022

JESSICA ALAZRAKI | CONOR MURGATROYD | RALF KOKKE | LOUISE DE BUCK | WENCKE UHL | OLIVIE KECK | TANG SHUO | PAIGE TURNER-URIBE | EVE ACKROYD | MICHAEL O’RIELLY | HENRIETTA DUBREY
Artistellar has teamed up with Invest in Her Art, the most compelling discovery platform for women artists, to curate a special charity exhibition on the theme of domestic animals, aka pets. Domestic animals have been a reoccurring theme throughout art history, and until this day, it remains a popular theme of many artists’ work. The cohabitation of people and dogs or cats is an emotional subject matter that we would like to reflect on. About 56 % of people internationally have at least one pet living with them. Though, there is still a solid number of shelters and animal violence. With the theme of love for living with animals and celebrating the special bond, we have selected 11 international artists whose work is inspired by this subject of matter. 20% of each sale will be donated to RSPCA – The Largest Animal Welfare in the UK that specializes in animal rescues & furthering the welfare cause for all animals.

What the Crap

03 February 2022 – 16 February, 2022

Sarah Rozell White captivates us with her stunning combination of bright and muted tones. She uses meticulously curated scenes combined with a lively style of painting to open debate about the flaws of the modern day. The individual subjects feel recognisable on their own, but their strange juxtaposition offers ambivalent narratives, which are further heightened by the angular perspectives and a focus on form. Her pieces also document psychological anxieties metamorphosing into physical existence. The struggle is embodied by the feminine symbols (shells, pearls, shoes) finding themselves in bizarre environments and situations. The world in which Sarah Rozell White lives appears on her canvases in the form of metaphors; focusing on female psychology, capitalism, consumerism, and the state of the environment. Her works are easy to read and their playfulness gives us hope.

Niños

14 January 2022 – 31 January, 2022

‘ Niños ’ is a mini solo show by Jose Campos, aka Studio Lenca. The exhibition presents a series of 6 most recent paintings by the Salvadorian artist. Rendered in pastel colours , Jose portraits his signature figures wearing sombreros touching upon his native El Salvador. As a queer member of the Latinx diaspora, his work is focused on ideas surrounding difference, knowledge, and visibility. The artist’s work often evolves around personal memories and creative activism. Jose Campos of Studio Lenca was born in La Paz, El Salvador, and like many, had to flee the country during its violent civil war during the late 1980s. He travelled to the US by land, illegally with his mother. He grew up in San Francisco, California, as a queer minority in the gaze of a strictly conservative administration and as an undocumented ‘illegal alien’. Ultimately, he found refuge in the UK and became a British Citizen in 2007. This experience of being uprooted serves as a framework for his ideas to be read by others as themes of identity, belonging, and oppression are universal.

NOSTALGIA

05 NOVEMBER 2021 – 26 NOVEMBER, 2021

'Nostalgia' A sentimental longing or wistful affection for a period in the past. This three-person group show presents three women artists, Kidd Murray, Nina Baxter, and Louise Dee, exploring the diverse triggers of this human emotion.

AUGUST AND OTHER STORIES

18 AUGUST 2021 – 18 SEPTEMBER, 2021

‘Artistellar is pleased to present ‘August and Other Stories,’ the first solo show of Jeanine Brito. Every August carries a melancholic languishing as summer winds down, making us nostalgic and reflective. In some ways, we have lived through a year of Augusts, indulging our memories day after day, both bitter and sweet. In her debut solo show “August and Other Stories ” German-born Canadian artist Jeanine Brito presents 11 works that at once indulge and undo her own August memories. With each painting, she seeks to capture not what occurred, but her recollection of what occurred, at once more and less real than what one might say ‘really happened’.

NOCTURNAL GODS

20 JULY 2021 – 15 AUGUST, 2021

‘Nocturnal Gods' is a solo exhibition of the Colombia-born artist Stefania Tejada. Five remarkable paintings show Stefania’s preoccupation with women and the feminine spirit. This body of work shows fragments of dreams reflecting on her personal longings and connections she makes with the earth and explorations of the self. Rendered in realism resembling photographic images, Stefania creates a multi-dimensional natural scenery that sets the female figure in the centre. The protagonist, portrayed in beautiful outfits, with subtle notes of fashion brands, demonstrates the feminine physics’ elegance and style. Dark tones and animal features are a meditation on ourselves, our dark places, and truthfulness.

IT’S ALL RELATIVE

01st June 2021 – 30th June, 2021

‘Nocturnal Gods' is a solo exhibition of the Colombia-born artist Stefania Tejada. Five remarkable paintings show Stefania’s preoccupation with women and the feminine spirit. This body of work shows fragments of dreams reflecting on her personal longings and connections she makes with the earth and explorations of the self. Rendered in realism resembling photographic images, Stefania creates a multi-dimensional natural scenery that sets the female figure in the centre. The protagonist, portrayed in beautiful outfits, with subtle notes of fashion brands, demonstrates the feminine physics’ elegance and style. Dark tones and animal features are a meditation on ourselves, our dark places, and truthfulness.

Revealing Worlds

15 March 2021 – 23 April, 2021

'FOA talent'

04 October 2021 – 04 November, 2021

Friend of the Artis talent is an exclusive collaboration between the art publication Friend of the Artist and Artistellar.

The exhibition presents a selection of 20 international artists from the publication’s latest volume, selected by the chief curator Adele Smejkal.

Through this carefully curated selection Artistellar presents a diverse pool of current emerging and early career artists. In various mediums, each artist showcases an artwork executed during the past two unsettling years thus reflecting on today’s world from wide range of angles.

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