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Intimate Accounts

Diego Bianchi, Carmen Calvo, Folkert de Jong, Ferrán García Sevilla, Susy Gómez, Rubén Guerrero, Lamarche-Ovize, Eva Lootz, Priscilla Monge, Miquel Navarro, Camila Oliveira Fairclough, Javier Palacios, Marco Papa, Guillermo Pérez Villalta, Montserrat Soto, Santiago Ydáñez

This has been an unprecedented period, one that has favoured a time of reflection, encouraging us to develop new strategies and insights and enabling us to further the scope of our project in this new reality; a reality that we have fully taken on board.

One of the paths we have taken on the road to digitalisation is the creation of our ‘viewing room’ on the Gallery’s website, which means we are able to present new proposals parallel to the physical exhibitions at the gallery, thus adapting our gallery to this new format in order to optimise the contextual and conceptual possibilities.
We believe the best way to inaugurate this new on-line space would be a first person account of the Gallery’s history. Therefore, Intimate Accounts is the name given to this cycle of 3 exhibitions which we present while opening our on-line programme. These accounts show some of the key names and works that have been exhibited at Luis Adelantado over its 35 years of art gallery history.
Today, more than ever, we wanted to share this intimate, close-up account with all of you, revealing the depths of our history. In this exhibition the past goes hand-in-hand with the present, and generations intertwine and speak with full freedom. It is an exercise of insight leading us to delve into the future, based on the foundations of the past and commitment to the present.

Eva Lootz
Untitled, 1992
Mixed media on paper. 82 x 62 cm

Alexander and Florentine Lamarche-Ovize
Vase (Banane), 2013
Enamelled clay and artificial flower. 63 x 26 x 16 cm

“Today, more than ever, we wanted to share this intimate, close-up account with all of you, revealing the depths of our history. In this exhibition the past goes hand-in-hand with the present, and generations intertwine and speak with full freedom.”

Carmen Calvo
Que venga, que venga, 2001
Sewing thread and paint on vintage photography. Frame of the time. 36 x 22 cm

Susy Gómez
Untitled, 1995
Gouche on paper. 54 x 41 cm

Camila Oliveira Fairclough
Heards of Tails, 2019
Acrylic on canvas. 100 x 130 cm

Javier Palacios
Tool Tricks, 2019
Watercolor on paper. 85 x 65 cm

Priscilla Monge
Ana III, 2007
C-print gloss on dibond and floating aluminum structure. 140 x 100 cm. Edition 1/5

Marco Papa
Untitled, 2005
Carved graphite block. 65 x 15 x 15 cm

Ferrán García Sevilla
Untitled, 1994
Etching. 104 x 122 cm. Edition: 27/45

Diego Bianchi
Untitled, 2012
Cheetos, costume glove, bag, wire and graphite on wooden board. 120 x 120 x 10 cm

Rubén Guerrero
Untitled (Acme II), 2006
Oil and enamel on cardboard and wooden frame. 70 x 100 cm

Miquel Navarro
Untitled, 1968
Acrylic on canvas. Frame of the time. 75 x 90 x 4 cm

“…a first person account of the Gallery’s history. Therefore, Intimate Accounts is the name given to this cycle of 3 exhibitions which we present while opening our on-line programme.”

Guillermo Pérez Villalta
Untitled, 1995
Lithography. 75 x 90 x 4 cm. Edición: 54/75

Montserrat Soto
Paseo entre abismos 3, 1996
C-print. 157 x 210 cm Edición: 1/3

Santiago Ydáñez
Untitled, 2000
Acrylic on canvas. 42 x 42 cm

Folkert de Jong
The Power of Now, 2014
Spray and ink on paper. 74 x 46,5 cm