Isshaq Ismail's background: "Life is not perfect so they are not my figures"
The artist Isshaq Ismail and his paintings of figures as grotesque as authentic will be displayed at VILLAZAN next year, 2023
The only things you learn are the things you tame
The solo show "To Whom it May Concern'" by Isabella K. Cancino that opens at VLAB from December 1 to 31 features 20 drawings of which eight paintings are dedicated to tell a story between a girl and a flower.
VILLAZAN in Miami Art Week 2022
Paula Latiegui & Claire Joiris
On November 28th, the presentation of Edgar Plans' large-scale sculptures was officially inaugurated on the occasion of Miami Art Week, as part of Art Basel's VIP program.
Keith Haring starring in the streets in Miami Art Week
A 27.5 meter high mural by Keith Haring and 1000 New York children painted in the 80s covers Lincoln Road for Miami Art Week
The artistic evolution of Manolo Quejido in the Palacio de Velázquez, Madrid
The Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía presents the anthological exhibition of Manolo Quejido (Seville, 1946) entitled “Distance without measure”. It can be visited at Palacio de Velázquez in the Retiro Park in Madrid until May 16, 2023
The iconography of flowers by VLAB artists
Paula Latiegui & Claire Joiris
There is a common element in some of the works of the artists who have exhibited or will be exhibiting at VLAB: flowers. Each of the flowers is different and has a different meaning, but behind this there is a common topic.
Juan Díaz-Faes immerses art students in a yellow universe
Juan Diáz-Faes will have a solo exhibition at VLAB from 11 to 28 January 2023. was born in Oviedo and shortly afterwards he was already praising horror vacui, as could be seen in his drawings where hundreds of red and black ants fought against each other.
Ed Broner's punk side
It's becoming increasingly common to see the relationship between art and fashion. Last March 2022 our artist Ed Broner collaborated with Céline for their winter 2022 men's collection: Doll Boy.
Sun-Kyo Park's background: accepting chaos as the norm
The Korean artist Sun-Kyo Park was born in Jeonju, 1990 in a Christian family and grew up in a culture where traditional Korean and Christian cultures intermingled, whose background created a diversity of thought
The third pole by Himali Singh Soin at Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary
The Indian artist Himali Singh Soin presents The Third Pole with TBA21 (Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary) at the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Madrid.
Stickymonger: anxiety and loneliness as a safe space
The origin of the name of the New York-based Korean artist STICKYMONGER comes from the material she worked with in the beginnings of her work: stickers.
The Giza pyramids welcome contemporary art in the Forever Is Now exhibition
The Pyramids of Giza are hosting an international contemporary art exhibition for the second time in their 4,500-year history, continuing the exhibition of Art d'Égypte: Forever Is Now.
Samuel Salcedo's artistry to reflect memories through materials
In the past exhibition "JUNKYARD" by Samuel Salcedo at VILLAZAN, the Catalan artist presented his most recent artistic project composed of faces apparently calm with their characteristic closed eyes.