Historical & Contemporary Group Show, 1854 to Present
Friday, March 29 – Friday, July 26, 2019
Opening Reception: Friday, March 29, 5.30 to 8 PM.
ALDO CASTILLO GALLERY Miromar Design Center
Mon-Fri 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. • Sat 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Exhibition Open to the Public
Reflective Portraits is an exhibition devoted to the interpretations of human, animals and nature faces by well-known international artists.
The exhibition explores unconventional representation in aspects of portraiture, and the role portraits play in the development of radical art styles and methods. These portraits were created as part of an ongoing experimentation as search for a pictorial language to capture the intense perceptions we humans have of ourselves and of the world.
The exhibition brings together some 70 works created by artists from around the world. Including two children portraits by Austrian/German J. P. Vallen created in 1854. Also animal drawings by South African, Lorna Marsh and American, Virginia Fifield.
Several paintings, drawings, photographs, mixed media and sculptures are exclusive to the Aldo Castillo Gallery.
Participating Artists: J. P. Vallen, Pablo Picasso, Victor Manuel, Rene Portocarrero, Amelia Pelaez, Maria Izquierdo, Barbara Mahl, Scott Ashley, Lorna Marsh, Peter Mars, Virginia Fifield, Nina Surel, James Mathison, Shelly Lake, Karl Kueffel, Jorge Salas, Carolina Rojas, Mariana Monteagudo, Havi Schanz, Fredy Villamil, Ancizar Marin, Esau Andrade, Rosa Segura, Edel Lugones, Phillip Ross Monroe, Arturo Marin, Apostol and many more.
The exhibition is curated by Aldo Castillo, Director and Founder of the Aldo Castillo Gallery.