Haitian artist Patricia Brintle is one of the featured artists at “Masters of the Imagination: The Latin American Fine Art Exhibition” taking place at Agora Gallery, at 530 West 25th Street in New York. There is still time to see this exhibition, which began on September 16 and will be on view until October 6, 2015.
Description: 75 paintings, sculptures, digital works, and mixed media pieces from twenty-two Latin American artists. Ranging from local, familiar scenes, to energetic, colorful figures, to complete, immersive abstractions, this collection adds an exciting chapter to the international art scene. Far from homogenized, this exciting, diverse exhibition proves that Latin America’s emerging art scene is as multifaceted and innovative as any. These artists each come from totally unique places, emotionally and geographically, and the many sights they have seen and lives they have lived contribute to the extraordinary stories they have to tell.
Featured Artists: Carlos (clos) Arango (Mexico), Juan Manuel Baraya G. (Colombia), Patricia Brintle (Haiti), Eli Cantini (Argentina), Leonardo Diaz (Mexico), Eduardo Eloy (Brazil), Susana Enríquez (Mexico), Domingo Estevez (Uruguay), Claudia Etcheverrito (Uruguay), Fonseca, Valeria Guarnieri (Argentina), Paula Lifschitz (Argentina/US), Miguel Lopez (Colombia), Vanessa Mac Auliffe (Chile), Pablo Mazza (Argentina), Bruno Mitre (Brazil), Patricia Olguín (Peru), Andrea Ortúzar (Chile), Bárbara Pittera (Argentina), Marisol Sanchez (Peru), Trinidad Urzúa (Chile), and Roxana Werner (Chile).
[Image above, Patricia Brintle’s “Le Depart pour le Travail (after Millet)”.]