Santiago Ydáñez: “Paraíso Perdido”

Ruthless observer and translator, Ricardo Milla proposes a complex network of references that opens a door for us in an apparent harmless gesture and friendly way. As we cross the threshold, we discover that we are on a path of no return. We stand in the center of the cross fire between the brilliant burden [...]

Santiago Ydanez Paraiso Perdido

Santiago Ydanez' exhibition "Paraiso Perdido" By Alexander Starr • March 29, 2017 The work of Santiago Ydanez is best understood when approaching it from two angles. First, it is necessary to fully realize his visual aesthetic. Ydanez’s style and technique create a visual world that is beyond photorealism. That is not to say that his figures [...]

Santiago Ydañez

Santiago Ydañez solo exhibition at GE Galeria APRIL - MAY, 2017 GE Galeria is pleased to present “Paraíso Perdido (Paradise Lost)” an exhibition of works by Santiago Ydanez. In this show Ydanez questions the ideas of utopia and paradise, and humanity’s many pitfalls in attempting to exert control over the world and the institutions it [...]

Ricardo Milla “Futuro Imperfecto”

Ruthless observer and translator, Ricardo Milla proposes a complex network of references that opens a door for us in an apparent harmless gesture and friendly way. As we cross the threshold, we discover that we are on a path of no return. We stand in the center of the cross fire between the brilliant burden [...]

RAY SMITH “Flores”

Ray Smith was born in Brownsville, TX and raised in Central Mexico. Smith emerged in the 1980s and continues to produce exuberant paintings and sculptures characterized by an inimitable style and subject matter that reflect his bi-cultural American and Mexican heritage. Contorted and morphed figures recur throughout his work, in a hybrid that draws from [...]