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Current Resident: Aug 1, 2018–Oct 31, 2018

Colección Diéresis

Studio #302

Artist

Javier Barrios Gutiérrez

Javier Barrios Gutiérrez’s work reflects on political themes found in art, particularly in artworks that appear neutral or decorative. He works with drawing, sculpture and installation, using strategies such as irony, fiction and the appropriation of symbols and images related to social issues and the history of art. Gutiérrez runs an editorial project titled Ediciones Barrio Boy’z, in which he publishes his own work and collaborations with other authors.

Javier Barrios Gutiérrez has exhibited work at Proyectos LA, Los Angeles; Páramo Gallery, Guadalajara, Mexico; and Museo de Arte de Zapopan MAZ, Mexico, among others.

Current Resident: Jul 1, 2018–Dec 31, 2018

Edward Steichen Award Luxembourg

Studio #303

Artist

Esther Hovers

In her practice, Esther Hovers investigates how power, politics and control are exercised through urban planning and the use of public space. She was trained as a photographer but creates installations in which photographs, drawings, text and film play an equal part. She is interested in finding poetic translations for power structures and technological developments.

Esther Hovers has exhibited at GEM, Museum of Contemporary Art, The Hague; C/O Berlin; and the National Gallery in Prague, among others.
estherhovers.com

Current Resident: Jul 1, 2018–Sep 30, 2018

The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, Poland

Studio #304

Artist

Natalia Zaluska

“The works of Natalia Załuska frequently refer to natural impressions, yet these are condensed and abstracted into primary structures which appear to be minimalistic in their geometric clarity, without actually being Minimal Art. It is a question of the sensual variation of a limited vocabulary of forms and colors, which opens up directly into the confinement of a new, different perspective on small and minor alterations, and the limitless possibility of the combination of geometric basic forms.” Text by Thomas Miessgang, 2013.

Natalia Załuska has exhibited work at Kunsthalle Krems, Austria; Fundacja Stefana Gierowskiego, Warsaw, Poland; and Lentos Kunstmuseum Linz, Austria, among others.

nataliazaluska.com

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