Through his pieces, Colombian artist Christian Abusaid invokes the aesthetics latent in the Amerindian collective unconscious, creating archetypes that echo in different times and cultures. In its entirety, the installation unfolds as an offering of geometric and monochromatic rhythms. The colorful tones and vivid textures charge this composition with a mystical and ceremonial character that invites the viewer into a visual journey of pattern recognition.
Artists Claudio Sodi Jean Francois Le Minh Andres Anza Aitor Eguia Manos Que Ven
SUMA’s first collective exhibition, an invitation to discover art and design as seen through a necessary lens in today’s contemporary world. Featuring works by Claudio Sodi, Jean Francois Le Minh, Andres Anza, Aitor Eguia, and Manos Que Ven, among others, this first exhibition was an introduction to SUMA’s vision, with curated pieces that define SUMA’s aesthetic and values.