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Exhibitor listing

LaCa Projects

LaCa Projects
1429 Bryant Street
Charlotte, North Carolina 28208
United States
T  +1 (704) 837 1688
neely@lacaprojects.com
www.lacaprojects.com
LaCa Projects
Avenida Brasil, 675
Buenos Aires
Argentina
T  +54 911 5261 7353
info@lacaprojects.com
www.lacaprojects.com

E-mail address : neely@lacaprojects.com
Website :http://www.lacaprojects.com

ABOUT

  • Walter Dolhare

  • Juan Dolhare

  • Neely Verano

  • Victoria Iriondo

  • Cynthia Honores

  • Morgan Mathieu Tran

Exhibitor's Artists:

  • Eduardo Cardozo  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Eduardo Cardozo - Baroque  (Barroco)

      Baroque (Barroco)

    •  Eduardo Cardozo - At the Same Time II

      At the Same Time II

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • Juan Dolhare  (+)

    Biography : In 2005, Argentina native Juan Dolhare became the first-ever graduate of the National University of the Arts (UNA) in Buenos Aires, formerly known as the highly-recognized Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes. His work features a distinctive approach to composition, color, and juxtaposition, and often presents powerful symbols of social, political, and religious themes. He began more broadly exhibiting his work in 2007, and has participated in numerous collective and solo shows in Argentina and the United States. In early 2015, Dolhare was invited by Rodrigo Alonso, one of Latin America’s most influential curators, to have a Solo Show at the prestigious Centro Cultural Recoleta in Buenos Aires. He has also received numerous awards and accolades for his work, which can be found in public and private collections in Argentina and the United States.

    Artist's Documents:

    Artist's Objects:

    • Juan Dolhare - Land / Escape I

      Land / Escape I

    • Juan Dolhare - El Proyecto

      El Proyecto

    • Juan Dolhare - La Perdida, 2014

      La Perdida, 2014

    • Juan Dolhare - Me Salvarás un Día, 2015

      Me Salvarás un Día, 2015

    • Juan Dolhare - Land / Escape II, 2016

      Land / Escape II, 2016

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • Carlos Estévez  (+)

    Biography : Carlos Estévez was born in Havana, Cuba and currently lives and works in Miami. His education began at the Escuela Elemental de Artes Plásticas, continued at the San Alejandro Academy of Fine Arts, and was completed at the Instituto Superior de Arte in Havana in 1992, where he received his Bachelor of Fine Arts. His work in painting, drawing, sculpture and installations have received international praise, notably the Grand Prize in the First Salon of Contemporary Cuban Art in 1995 and in 2015, the Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant for Painters and Sculptors. He has been featured in numerous solo exhibitions at prestigious institutions such as the Fine Art Museum in Havana, Cuba, The Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum at Florida International University, and the Center of Contemporary Art in New Orleans, Louisiana. His works may also be found in public and private collections worldwide, including the National Museum of Fine Arts in Havana, The Ludwig Forum in Aachen, Germany, The Museum of Fine Art Boston, and the Perez Art Museum in Miami, Florida. Estévez’s work, which spans more than 30 years, explores the complex relationship between man and the universe, and reflects his lifelong passion for creating art with a philosophical profile. Estévez masterfully weaves themes of the human experience, history, culture, and anatomy, resulting in work that is both mythical and surrealist in nature. His recent installation, Bottles to the Sea, is an intricate, complex project exploring communication in the form of a message from the artist to an unknown person in an unpredictable place and time.

    Artist's Documents:

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • Alejandra Laviada

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • Santiago Quesnel  (+)

    Biography : Santiago Quesnel is an Argentinian artist living and working in Buenos Aires. Though he began his collegiate career in the film sector, Quesnel soon switched to painting, studying alongside Jorge Dermigian and Héctor Destefanis and participating in work clinics with Tomas Espina and Fabián Burgos. When his studies were complete Quesnel initially pursued a career in investment banking, soon realizing that his talent and passion were greater than the material success the profession afforded him. For this reason, he returned to painting and now, an emerging artist in a city with a growing art scene, boasts more than ten group and four solo exhibitions. His work can be found in private collections across five different countries, and his active participation in critic seminars and children’s art instruction is further evidence of his commitment to art’s function in society. Quesnel primarily paints landscapes, attempting to capture nature’s ethereality and occasionally traces of human presence. He utilizes the method of pictorial research to do so and yet the result lacks specificity—both the misty scenes and residues of human existence contribute to the portrayal of an imaginary self that pertains to humanity collectively. These elements were particularly evident in LaCa Projects’ recent installation of Quesnel’s work, Repetitions, ending in September 2016.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Santiago Quesnel - Untitled

      Untitled

    • Santiago Quesnel - Rio II

      Rio II

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    Also represented by:

  • Cristina Toro  (+)

    Biography : Cristina Toro has been creating and exhibiting work on a global scale for the last ten years. Her paintings, dually inspired by her colorful upbringing in Puerto Rico and introspective life in New York, illustrate a mortal journey rife with discovery and loss, laughter and grief, and love and longing. While her work is representative of her Latina roots, her visionary approach to painting is uniquely her own, and one that honors a new age of cross-cultural dialogue within contemporary art. She received her BA in painting from the University of South Florida in 2005, and in 2007, received a Strategic Opportunity from the New York Council of the Arts. She was also awarded a New York Foundation for the Arts Painting Fellowship in 2010. Toro has been featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Japan, Mexico, and the United States, and her work can be found in prestigious private collections, including the Dana Farber Institute in Boston, HPFRANCE in Tokyo, Japan, and The Mint Museum.

    Artist's Documents:

    Artist's Objects:

    • Cristina  Toro - Strike a Match to Hear My Sound

      Strike a Match to Hear My Sound

    • Cristina  Toro - No Pressure No Diamond, No Grit No Pearl, 2016

      No Pressure No Diamond, No Grit No Pearl, 2016

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    Also represented by:

Other Artists represented by the Gallery:


El Proyecto - Juan Dolhare

Juan Dolhare

El Proyecto

El Proyecto, 2015

Juan Dolhare
El Proyecto, 2015
Oil on canvas
63h x 63w in
160.02h x 160.02w cm
JD007

No Pressure No Diamond, No Grit No Pearl, 2016 - Cristina  Toro

Cristina Toro

No Pressure No Diamond, No Grit No Pearl, 2016

Cristina Toro
No Pressure No Diamond, No Grit No Pearl, 2016
acrylic paint and collage on paper
40h x 53w in
101.60h x 134.62w cm
CrTo047

La Perdida, 2014 - Juan Dolhare

Juan Dolhare

La Perdida, 2014

Juan Dolhare
La Perdida, 2014
Oil on canvas
53h x 67w in
134.62h x 170.18w cm
JD009

Me Salvarás un Día, 2015 - Juan Dolhare

Juan Dolhare

Me Salvarás un Día, 2015

Juan Dolhare
Me Salvarás un Día, 2015
Oil on canvas
58 3/4h x 59w in
149.22h x 149.86w cm
JD012

Land / Escape II, 2016 - Juan Dolhare

Juan Dolhare

Land / Escape II, 2016

Juan Dolhare
Land / Escape II, 2016
etching
18 1/2h x 24 1/3w in
46.99h x 61.81w cm
JuDo028

Untitled - Santiago Quesnel

Santiago Quesnel

Untitled

Oil on 32 tracing papers
70 110/127h x 110 30/127w in
180h x 280w cm

A collective of 32 pieces of tracing paper individually assembled to for a full scale oil painting.

At the Same Time II -  Eduardo Cardozo

Eduardo Cardozo

At the Same Time II

2016
Acrylic on Canvas
49 3/4h x 78 3/4w in

Baroque  (Barroco) -  Eduardo Cardozo

Eduardo Cardozo

Baroque (Barroco)

2016
Oil on canvas
38h x 61 1/2w in

Strike a Match to Hear My Sound - Cristina  Toro

Cristina Toro

Strike a Match to Hear My Sound

2016
acrylic paint on wood panel
69 1/2h in

Rio II - Santiago Quesnel

Santiago Quesnel

Rio II

2015
Oil on canvas
76h x 68w in

Land / Escape I - Juan Dolhare

Juan Dolhare

Land / Escape I

2016
etching
18 64/127h x 24 47/127w in