KEWENIG Palma
Tamina Amadyar. Kabul, 1989. "The big dipper"
Her autobiographical paintings picture the memories of the spaces she has visited or lived in. The light and color masses flood the scene without the presence of any figurative components, yet, they make one feel those places and spaces the artist describes.





MAIOR Palma
Edward Lipski. Londres, 1996. "Skin and Stone"
Using voodoo, magic and imaginery (mostly of the African and Chinese cultures), Edward Lipski does a constant exercise of spacial and temporal motion which leads the spectator to an uncomfortable and disturbing situation.





ABAART LAB
Bárbara Juan. Palma de Mallorca, 1965. "Un día cualquiera"
Bárbara Juan’s exhibit is the result of the union of everyday moments she captures in ceramics with the purpose of making them eternal. Her flowers and the graphisms in french, always the same, are the insatiable metronome that links the ideas, many times lacking a nexus, like in life itself.





FRAN REUS. Planta 0
Jose Fiol. Palma de Mallorca, 1978. "Heart-Shaped Box"
We talk about postruth, about the beat generation, music, the intrigue that this artist’s pieces provoque. He uses paint to serve the concept and situate us in a territory where fiction and reality are merged and confused. The event the artist investigates in this occasion, is the meeting of Kurt Cobain and William Borroughs in the year 1993.





FRAN REUS. Floor -1
Adam Cruces. Texas, 1985. "Pisces"
This exhibit takes us on a trip to show us the lifestyle in the coast zones, relating leisure time with landscapes. Underneath this first look, we can find a critique to the harmful print consumism is leaving in our society.









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