ArtLabbé Gallery

33134 Coral Gables

United States

Phone : (786) 446-7173

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Mobile Ph. : (805) 689-2195

URL : www.artlabbe.cl

7630480 Santiago

Chile

Phone : +569 22 228 8779

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URL : www.artlabbe.cl

María-José Fuentes Labbé   ()

Néstor Soto   ()

About

For over twelve years, ArtLabbé has had a unique vision and passion. The vision is art should encompass every aspect of life. The passion is the art should inspire, heal, challenge, bring joy wherever it resides. With these eyes, we find and work with holistic artistic solutions able to traverse cultures and intra-cultural spheres. We have a focus working with government embassies and organizations to support art and use its potential to unite people and bridge differences. Its directors, Nestor S. Godoy, PHD in Theology and Philosophy, and María-José Fuentes Labbé, Visual Arts Degree, work to show this vision to their audience.

Life at Hotel I -  Matías Troncoso

Matías Troncoso Life at Hotel I

“Coronación“ -  Nora Unda

Nora Unda “Coronación“

Exhibiting Artists

  • Amelia Campino  (+)

    Detailed Description : “My work comes from research of the drawing, taking shade as the spatial pattern of an object. Initially, I cling to the idea of the line as the mark of a sequence of points, either in the plane or in space. Along with this, I take the line out of volumen to generate volumetric fields where the viewer becomes part of the work; he completes the pice in his route. Lines representing volumetric territories as integrated circuits,with a specific order that is built into every space. Straight lines that carry the volumen generated in a purely organic blank field, referring to a great light where they come from, as a negative of the shadow. With different lifting heights, when exposed to light, new shadows are projected on the surface, showing the works temporality, like a drawing in space. In turn, the incorporeal and ephemeral nature shadow is addressed. The intangible becomes tangible by the volumetric of the drawing.”

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  • Arturo Fermandois  (+)

    Biography : Arturo Fermandois Santa Cruz (1989) is an architect dedicated to the abstract digital art. He has studied in USA, Italy and in his home country, Chile. The practice of the architecture and his depictional language where the starting point for his explorations in the realm of art, since he found in this area the opportunity for applying the tools he has previously learned, but now in a personal manner. His entire work is centered in the idea of instability, a wide concept that is applied in both ordered and irregular shapes, organizing them in a defined dimension. His work is presented as a planar composition that put aside all figurative language, proposing a reality that’s different from the natural world, letting emerge abstract an intangible concepts along the time and movement. This is achieved through the application of chiaroscuro and organic deformations, that are shaped mathematically using a digital software.

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  • Danielle Frankenthal  (+)

    Detailed Description : “All of my works are about light, in all its valences: as the specific light which is color; as the most humanly perceivable form of pure energy which allows us sight; and as the great spiritual metaphor. My formalistic concerns are mark and color over a strong albeit sometimes elusive substructure. I paint on transparent Acrylite® layers to mimic the way adults see and to call their attention to that seeing which is through their cultural programming and life experiences. The works are light interactive, and change with the ambient light and the viewers position.”

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  • Matías Mondaca

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  • Larry Rivers  (+)

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  • Ricardo Salamanca

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  • Ignacio Severin

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  • Matías Troncoso  (+)

    Detailed Description : “What we perceive as the human “shape” it ́s actually another form of representation. What we call “as pure perception” is just another form of representation, build from the ashes of the culture. My work is just another lecture of that phenomena. One of my goals is to put into a physical object the subtle balance of shapes and volumes, that in a way I describe as “grace and rhythm”. In order to reveal that there is a hidden dimension in a two-dimensional shape.”

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Matías Troncoso - Life at Hotel I Life at Hotel I

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  • Nora Unda  (+)

    Detailed Description : “To develop and immortalize what I have in my imagination I use plasticine as the main material, because it is volumetric, ludic, shapeable and colorful. This has allowed me to have a fluidity in the connection with my essence. My works are a response to an analogous analysis of two types of manipulation, which at the end, have the same meaning. The first is the one performed by me, manipulating fragments of artificial nature, the second is related to the human manipulation of the origin of animals, by them classification in species according to their behavior in their habitats, but also in the creation of new ones, while losing all respect for them (the animals).”

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Nora Unda - “Coronación“ “Coronación“

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Other Represented Artists