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PROLOGUE What is a Serigraph? A Serigraph is a fine art print that uses the process of silkscreen to transfer images into paper or other surfaces. These original prints are handmade by the artist or by an expert master printer under the strict supervision of the artist. The origin of this printmaking process goes back to one of the oldest methods created by the early Chinese and Japanese craftsmanship, the stencil printing. What started as a simple cut-out stencil soon became an important practice in the production of arts in the Orient. It was not until the late 1930’s, that Screen Printing started to be used as an artistic medium in the United States. A group of artists in New York City explored the creative possibilities of the medium for painters and printmakers. It was at that time that an art historian assigned the term serigraph; “seri” from the Latin word sericum (silk), and “graph” from the Greek word graphein (to write, draw). Serigraphs are conceived as Limited Editions and are signed and numbered by the artist. By doing this, the artist guarantees its exclusivity and certifies that no other prints of any particular image would be reproduced beyond the total number committed in the edition. Since 1991, The Americas Graphics has maintained a production of serigraphs of a selected group of reputable artists. Currently, The Americas Graphics comprises of over 164 Editions. Its exclusive Limited Editions Collection includes works from emerging artists to established masters.


WORLD OF ABSTRACTION


Abstract art is a voyage to illusions of reality. Artists use abstract art to present visual descriptions of emotions. The subject matter tends to move away from recognizable object to references or interpretations of such. Abstract art can be contemplative, lyrical, expressive, geometrical, minimalist and symbolic. Within these groups, different levels of abstraction can also be distinguished. In geometric and lyrical abstraction is unlikely to find any reference to the real world, whereas in the other groups the possibilities broaden. Some artists choose partial abstraction to create subjects that are different from how they are perceived in real life, like Pablo Picasso did during his cubist years. Other artists like Jackson Pollock created significant works purely for aesthetic reasons. The intent was to use the elements and principles of art in a way that resulted in visually stimulating impactful works of art.


FERNANDO DE SZYSZLO


Fernando de Szyszlo ( b.1925-2017 ) Peru Education: Architecture and Fine Arts, School of Plastic Arts of the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru. Museums: Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, Florida, U.S.A; Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach, CA, U.S.A; Art Museum of the Americas, Washington, DC, U.S.A; Instituto de Arte Contemporaneo, Lima, Peru; Museo de Arte, Lima, Peru; Museo de Arte Moderno, Bogota, Colombia; Museo Iberoamericano de Pintura, Cartagena, Colombia; Museo de Bellas Artes, Caracas, Venezuela; Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Santiago, Chile; Museo de Arte Moderna, Sao Paulo, Brazil; Museum of Fine Arts, Dallas, Texas, U.S.A; Blanton Museum of Art, Austin, Texas, U.S.A; The Guggenheim Museum, New York, U.S.A; Casa de las Americas, Havana, Cuba; Museo de Ponce, Puerto Rico; Museo de Arte Moderno, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Museu de Arte Contempor창nea da Universidade de S찾o Paulo, S찾o Paulo, Brazil; Museo de Arte Moderno, Mexico City, Mexico; Museo Tamayo, Mexico City, Mexico; Museo Nacional de Arte Contemporaneo, Sol, Korea. Exhibitions: over 100 individual exhibitions in museums and galleries in Latin America, Europe and the United States and has participated in the prestigious international biennials of S찾o Paulo and Venice.


FERNANDO DE SZYSZLO Untitled I

serigraph signed and dated, 1994 Image Size: 221/8 x 297/8” Paper Size: 221/8 x 297/8” Edition of 100, printed on arches paper


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FERNANDO DE SZYSZLO Untitled III

serigraph signed and dated, 1994 Image Size: 293/8 x 443/4” Paper Size: 301/8 x 451/4” Edition of 100, printed on arches paper


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FERNANDO DE SZYSZLO Untitled II

serigraph signed and dated, 1994 Image Size: 296/8 x 221/8” Paper Size: 296/8 x 221/8” Edition of 100, printed on arches paper


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GABRIEL GONZALEZ


Gabriel Gonzalez ( b.1978 ) Panama Education: Florida School for the Deaf and Blind, St Augustine, Florida, U.S.A. American University, Washington D.C., U.S.A.; Arquitecture & Interiors, Universidad Catolica Santa Maria la Antigua, Panama; Masters Degree in Education, Universidad Latina, Panama. Selected Solo Exhibitions: “Gabriel Gonzalez,” Artconsult Gallery, Panama City, Panama; CASACOR, Panama City, Panama; Espacio Gallery, Panama City, Panama; Arte Americas Art Fair, Miami Beach, Florida, U.S.A.; “Gabriel González,” Quintessentially, Panama City, Panama; “Polychromes,” The Americas Collection, Coral Gables, Florida, U.S.A; “Polychromes,” Codice Gallery, Managua, Nicaragua; “Polychromes,” Viota Gallery, San Juan, Puerto Rico; “Viaje a las Estrella,” Mateo Sariel Gallery, Panama City, Panama; “Viaje a las Estrella,” Klaus Steinmetz Contemporary Art, San Jose, Costa Rica. Selected Group Exhibition: Allegro Gallery, Panama City, Panama; Luz Botero Gallery, Panama City, Panama; Artconsult Gallery, Panama City, Panama; The Americas Collection, Coral Gables, Florida, U.S.A; Rozas-Botran Foundation, Guatemala City, Guatemala; Ana Lucia Gómez Gallery, San Salvador, El Salvador; Feria Internacional Fair of Contemporary Art of Panama, Panama City, Panama; Ortiz-Gurdian Foundation Art Biennial, Granada, Nicaragua; San Juan Bosco Foundation, Club Unión, Panama City, Panama; “Kubeta” Arlene Lachman Gallery, Panama City, Panama; Apriori Art Gallery, Panama City, Panama; Eduardo Garcia Latinoamerican, AHORA Fair, Chicago Illinois, U.S.A. Museum Exhibitions: Museo de arte de El Salvador MARTE, San Salvador, El Salvador; Museum of Latin American Arts (MOLAA), Long Beach, California, U.S.A., Art Museum El Tigre, Buenos Aires, Argentina.


GABRIEL GONZALEZ 0246

serigraph signed and dated, 2011 Image Size: 33 x 32” Paper Size: 35 x 47” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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GABRIEL GONZALEZ 0248

serigraph signed and dated, 2011 Image Size: 33 x 32” Paper Size: 35 x 47” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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GABRIEL GONZALEZ 0254

serigraph signed and dated, 2011 Image Size: 32 x 41” Paper Size: 35 x 47” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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GABRIEL GONZALEZ 0242

serigraph signed and dated, 2011 Image Size: 32 x 41” Paper Size: 35 x 47” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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PAUL HUNTER


Paul Hunter ( b.1954 ) Canada Education: M.F.A. Concordia University, Montreal, Canada; B.A., Visual Arts, Laval University, Quebec, Canada; Instructor, Lower East Side Printshop, New York, U.S.A. Selected Solo Exhibitions: The Americas Collection, Coral Gables, Florida, U.S.A; Hammer Rolls-Royce, Cologne, Germany; Andrea Horstmann-Osterloh Gallery, Cologne, Germany; Wells Laing Gallery, Binghamton, New York, U.S.A; Allen Sheppard Gallery, New York, U.S.A; The 17th International Middle East Furniture and Interior Design Exhibition, Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Byron Roche Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A; Pan American Art Projects, Dallas, Texas, U.S.A; Lacroix Gallery, Quebec, Canada; Contor Galleries, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Kapitelsaal der Abtei Brauweiler, Pulheim-Brauweiler, Germany; Lindenthal Gallery, Cologne, Germany; Davis & Dominguez Gallery, Tucson, Arizona, U.S.A; Premier Etage Galleries, Newport, RI, U.S.A; Central Fine Arts Gallery, New York, U.S.A; The Arsenal Gallery, New York, U.S.A; Galerie Graff, Montreal, Canada; Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York, U.S.A; Bertha Urdang Gallery, New York, U.S.A; Galerie Motivation V, Montreal, Canada. Selected Group Exhibitions: Galerie Trois Points, Montreal, Canada; The Americas Collection in Wynwood District, Art Basel-Miami, Florida, U.S.A; Allen Sheppard Gallery, New York, U.S.A; Kreuze fĂźr die Kreuzeskirche, Essen-Altstadt, Germany; Andrea Horstmann-Osterloh Gallery, Cologne, Germany; Allen Sheppard Gallery, New York, U.S.A; Samson Fine Arts, Park Avenue Armory, New York, U.S.A; Sylvia Schmidt Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana. Museums: Rimouski Museum, Rimouski, Canada; Quebec Museum, Canada; Islip Art Museum, Islip, New York, U.S.A; Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, New Jersey, U.S.A; Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, Tennessee, U.S.A; Whitney Museum of American Art at Philip Morris, New York, U.S.A; Montreal Museum of Contemporary Art, Montreal, Canada.


PAUL HUNTER Sonata O-I

serigraph signed and dated, 2008 Image Size: 431/4 x 313/4” Paper Size: 463/4 x 35” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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PAUL HUNTER Sonata O-II

serigraph signed and dated, 2008 Image Size: 431/4 x 313/4” Paper Size: 463/4 x 35” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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RAMIRO LACAYO


Ramiro Lacayo-Deshon ( b.1952 ) Nicaragua Education: Humanities, Universidad Centroamericana, Managua. Architecture, The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., U.S.A. Synopsis: Film maker, writer and painter. Ramiro Lacayo Deshon has published numerous articles, short stories and poems in various literature magazines. Among his most famous written works: Tejedor de Vientos (novel, 2012); Asi en la Tierra (novel, 2009); Nadie de Importancia (short story, 1984). Films: El Corredor de Escombros (short film, 2013), Sonata Inconclusa a Julio Cabrales (short film, 2011); El Espectro de la Guerra (feature film, 1989); El Centerfielder (short film, 1985); Mas Claro No Canta un Gallo (short documentary film, 1982); Bananeras (short documentary film, 1981), Del Aguila al Dragon (short documentary film, 1981). Lacayo served as the Director of The Nicaraguan Film Institute (INCINE) in the 1980’s and was a founding member of the New Latin American Cinema Foundation obtaining great recognition in numerous international film festivals. He was honored with The Ruben Dario Cultural Order and obtained an honorary mention for Outstanding Citizen of Managua from the Nicaraguan Commission in 2000. As a painter, Lacayo always identified with abstract expressionism. His approach to painting has always been an intimate act done alongside with his other creative activities. During the 1990’s, Lacayo worked in total privacy perfectioning his trade. The strong influence of the New York School Movement of the 1940’s and 1950’s inspired him to paint from scratch and with fresher eyes. In 2000, he decided to bring his paintings out of the studio in a series of national and international exhibitions. Selected Exhibitions: The Americas Collection, Coral Gables, FL., U.S.A.; Codice Art Gallery, Managua, Nicaragua; Pleiades Gallery, Managua, Nicaragua; Añil Gallery, Managua, Nicaragua; Efren Medina Gallery, Managua, Nicaragua; Indigo Gallery, Lima, Peru; Ruben Dario National Theater, Managua, Nicaragua; The Hispanic-Nicaraguan Cultural Institute, Managua, Nicaragua; and The OrtizGurdian Foundation Art Museums, Managua and Leon, Nicaragua; Honduras Origins Gallery, Tegucigalpa, Honduras; The Cultural Center Site, Antigua, Guatemala; The Art Museum of El Salvador (MARTE), San Salvador, El Salvador; Opera Gallery, New York, U.S.A.; Mayor’s Office in Copenhagen, Denmark; Mario Villa Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.A. His works have been auctioned in Sotherby’s New York.


RAMIRO LACAYO-DESHON Conversations III

serigraph signed and dated, 2016 Image Size: 323/4 x 321/4” Paper Size: 463/4 x 35” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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RAMIRO LACAYO-DESHON Untitled IV

serigraph signed and dated, 2016 Image Size: 323/4 x 321/4” Paper Size: 463/4 x 35” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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RAMIRO LACAYO-DESHON Conversations V

serigraph signed and dated, 2016 Image Size: 323/4 x 321/4” Paper Size: 463/4 x 35” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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RAMIRO LACAYO-DESHON Conversations VI

serigraph signed and dated, 2016 Image Size: 323/4 x 321/4” Paper Size: 463/4 x 35” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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RAMIRO LACAYO-DESHON ROJO A

serigraph signed and dated, 2016 Image Size: 313/4 x 353/4” Paper Size: 35 x 463/4” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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RAMIRO LACAYO-DESHON Rojo I

serigraph signed and dated, 2016 Image Size: 353/4 x 32” Paper Size: 463/4 x 35” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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TOMAS OCHOA


Tomas Ochoa ( b.1969 ) Ecuador Education: Masters in Fines Arts, Autonomous National University of Mexico UNAM, Mexico City, Mexico; Bachelors in Literature & Languages, University of Cuenca, Mexico; School of Cinematography and Audiovisual ECAM Madrid, Spain. Solo Exhibitions: “The Reposition of Aura,” La Cometa Gallery, Bogota, Colombia; “Transverse Stories,” Retrospective en The Contemporary Art Center of Quito; “Cineraria,” Esquina Contemporary Art, Madrid, Spain; “Cineraria,” Process Contemporary Art, Cuenca, Ecuador; “Cineraria,” TK Gallery d’Art, Barcelona, Spain; Cineraria Actual Art / FLACSO, Quito, Ecuador; “Virus,” Katz Contemporary, Zurich, Switzerland; “Medieval Indians,” Cultural Centre Can Fabra, Barcelona, Spain; “Multitude,” Miki Wick Kim, Zurich, Switzerland; “Multitude, Tribeca Gallery, Madrid, Esp Spain; “Transficciones,” Locus Caementitium Gallery, Colonia,Germany; “Ruins of the Future,” Astrolavos, Athena, Greece; “Blind Castle,” Kur Art Gallery, San Sebastian, Spain; “Labyrinth,” MS Gallery, Quito, Ecuador; “Estrangement,” Platform 22, Zurich, Switzerland; “In Absence” Cultural Institute of Providence, Santiago, Chile. Selected Group Exhibitions: VISA Infinite Proyect, Promerica Bank and Visa International Latin America, curated by The Americas Collection Gallery, Coral Gables, Florida: exihibitions in Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Costa Rica & Ecuador; “IB ET NUNC” On Democratic Paradoxes, Barcelona, Spain; Latin American Video Week, Filmoteca of Andalucia, Cordoba, Spain; “Synergy,” Contemporary Art Museum Union Fenosa, La Coruña, Spain; “Synergy,” Extremadura and Latin American Museum of Contemporary Art, Badajoz, Spain; Endgame- Blue Gold / DARB 1718, Contemporary Art and Cultural Center, Cairo, Egypt; MADATAC / Madrid Festival of Contemporary Audio-Visual Arts, Madrid, Spain; Subversive Film Festival, Zagreb, Croatia; Shanghai Art Fair 2009; “Maritime Chronicles #2,” Nairs, Scuol, Switzerland.


TOMAS OCHOA Untitled I

serigraph signed and dated, 2016 Image Size: 413/4 x 323/4” Paper Size: 465/8 x 35” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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TOMAS OCHOA Untitled VII

serigraph signed and dated, 2016 Image Size: 413/4 x 323/4” Paper Size: 465/8 x 35” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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TOMAS OCHOA Untitled VIII

serigraph signed and dated, 2016 Image Size: 431/2 x 323/4” Paper Size: 465/8 x 35” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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TOMAS OCHOA Untitled IX

serigraph signed and dated, 2016 Image Size: 431/2 x 323/4” Paper Size: 465/8 x 35” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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GIOCONDA ROJAS


Gioconda Rojas ( b.1967 ) Costa Rica Education: Fine Arts with a concentration in Graphic Design, University of Costa Rica; Special Topics in Art Professor, Florida State University International Programs, Tallahassee, Florida, U.S.A. Selected Solo Exhibitions: The Americas Collection, Coral Gables, Florida, U.S.A.; Costa Rica Embassy, Washington D.C., U.S.A.; Alternativa Gallery, San Jose, Costa Rica; Jose Luis Lopez Escarre Gallery. National Theatre, San Jose, Costa Rica; University of Costa Rica. San Jose, Costa Rica; Alliance Francaise, San Jose, Costa Rica; “Scaffolding,” National Gallery Children Museum, San Jose, Costa Rica; Costa Rican-American Cultural Center, Costa Rica; Codice Gallery, Managua, Nicaragua; Enrique Echandi Gallery, National Theatre, San Jose, Costa Rica; J.L. Lopez Escarre Gallery, National Theatre, San Jose, Costa Rica; Meredith Kelly Latin American Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico, U.S.A.; Ruine Contemporary Art Space, Geneva, Switzerland; Prim-Expo, Centro di Exposizioni di Lugano, Switzerland; Navarre Fine Art, Miami, Florida, U.S.A.; National Museum of Costa Rica, San Jose, Costa Rica; Kandinsky Gallery, San Jose, Costa Rica; Joaquin Garcia Monge Gallery, National Theatre, San Jose, Costa Rica. Selected Group Exhibitions: Director’s Choice, Art Santa Fe 2015, New Mexico, U.S.A.; 8 Selected Latin American Artists Showing in 8 Central American countries curated by The Americas Collection Gallery for Visa Infinite Promerica Card; “Cyclist Matter” Selected Installation for Art Cycle 2015, Coral Gables Museum, Florida, U.S.A.; Art Santa Fe, Artist Space, Santa Fe, New Mexico, U.S.A.; Bikes Become Art, Coral Gables Museum, Coral Gables, Florida, U.S.A. International Artists Club Alpino Chipinque, Art Dealers Gallery, Mexico Affordable Art Fair. Mexico City, Mexico; Three Americas, Grady Alexis Gallery, Latin American Worshop, New York, U.S.A.; Eclectic Showcase, The Americas Collection, Coral Gables, Florida, U.S.A.; Latin America: a Contemporary View, Zane Bennett Gallery, New Mexico, U.S.A.; Arteamericas, Latin-American Art Fair, Miami, Florida, U.S.A., Art to Heart, Partners of the Americas, Oregon, U.S.A.; Sneak Preview ArtCycle. Artisan Lounge, Miami, Florida, U.S.A.


GIOCONDA ROJAS La Familia

serigraph signed and dated, 2016 Image Size: 413/4 x 321/4” Paper Size: 461/2 x 35” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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GIOCONDA ROJAS El Dinosaurio Quiso Ser Isla

serigraph signed and dated, 2016 Image Size: 417/8 x 321/4” Paper Size: 471/4 x 347/8” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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GIOCONDA ROJAS Es Octubre y Llueve

serigraph signed and dated, 2016 Image Size: 341/2 x 321/8” Paper Size: 465/8 x 35” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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HECTOR TADEO


Hector Tadeo ( b.1979 ) El Salvador Education: Bachelor of Fine Art, CENAR, San Salvador, El Salvador. Selected Solo Exhibitions: VISA Infinite Exhibition at The Art Museum of El Salvador, MARTE/ Promerica Bank and Visa International Latin America, curated by The Americas Collection Gallery, Coral Gables, Florida: exihibitions in Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Ecuador; “Art in May,” National Museum of Modern Art Carlos Mérida, Guatemala; De Gallery, San Salvador, El Salvador; La Pinacoteca Gallery, San Salvador, El Salvador; National Art, CENAR, San Salvador, El Salvador. Selected Group Exhibitions: VISA Infinite Exhibitions, Promerica Bank and Visa International Latin America, curated by The Americas Collection Gallery, Coral Gables, Florida: exihibitions in Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Ecuador; Auction at Laguna Art Museum Laguna Beach, California, U.S.A.; “Daily Fractions,” 1-2-3 Gallery, San Salvador, El Salvador; SUMARTE, Latin American Art Auction, Art Museum of El Salvador, MARTE, San Salvador, El Salvador; “Visions,” Current Salvadorian Art, Rozas Botran Foundation, Guatemala City, Guatemala; “2nd Group Exhibition of Salvadorian Artists,” Ministry of Foreigh Affairs of El Salvador, San Salvador, El Salvador; “JUNKABAL,” Anacafe, Guatemala City, Guatemala; MOLAA Museum of Latin American Art, MOLAA, 15 º Aniversary Auction, Long Beach, California, U.S.A.; Auction 2010, Salt Fine Art, Laguna Beach, California, U.S.A.; Exposición Salvadorian Demographic Association MUNA, San Salvador, El Salvador; Salon de la Pinture, Liceo Frances, San Salvador, El Salvador; Somarts Bay Gallery, San Francisco, California, U.S.A.


HECTOR TADEO Untitled I

serigraph signed and dated, 2017 Image Size: 303/4 x 40” Paper Size: 341/2 x 47” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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HECTOR TADEO Untitled V

serigraph signed and dated, 2017 Image Size: 351/2 x 321/8” Paper Size: 463/4 x 35” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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HECTOR TADEO Untitled VI

serigraph signed and dated, 2017 Image Size: 341/2 x 47” Paper Size: 301/4 x 441/4” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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HECTOR TADEO Untitled VII

serigraph signed and dated, 2017 Image Size: 35 x 321/8” Paper Size: 465/8 x 35” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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ART OF GEOMETRY


Geometric forms are one of the most basic visual expressions that exist. In Ancient Greece geometric motifs were used in painted pottery, marking the beginning of this style from circa 900 BC to 700 BC. Geometric abstraction is a type of art that often uses linear forms and colors in non-illusionistic spaces. It is characterized by reducing shapes to its most basic common denominator emphasizing the two-dimensional quality of the picture plane. The relationship between color and shapes becomes very important. The Russian painter and art theorist Wassily Kandinsky was one of the most important forerunners in the form of geometric art. This art movement, although minimal and simple, portrays emotion and boldness. Pier Mondrian’s work was deeply spiritual in spite of his straight lines and geometric shapes which he used to convey his message. Geometry is found all around nature serving as nurturing stimulation for many artists in their expression of their views of the world.


PEREZ-CELIZ


Perez-Celiz ( b.1939-2008 ) Argentina Selected Solo Exhibitions: Anita Shapolsky Gallery, SOHO, New York, U.S.A. Zurbaran Gallery , Buenos Aires , Argentina; The Americas Collection, Coral Gables, Florida, U.S.A; Artspace Gallery, Coral Gables, Florida, U.S.A; Elaine Baker Gallery, Boca Ratón, Florida, USA; Jacques Martínez Arte Contemporáneo Gallery, Miami, U.SA; Galería Rubbers, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Galería Valanti, San José, Costa Rica. Selected Group Exhibitions Argentine Embassy of UNESCO, Paris, France; Praxis Internacional, Miami, Florida, U.S.A; José Gómez Sicre Foundation, Washington DC, U.S.A; National Arts Fund, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Library of Congress, Washington DC, U.S.A; University of Neuquén, Province of Neuquén, Argentina; Concordia College, Ann Harbor, Michigan, U.S.A; Athenaeum of Caracas, Venezuela; Mercedes Benz Collection, Japan; Argentina-American Chamber of Commerce, New York, U.S.A; Chase Manhattan Bank, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Aerolíneas Argentinas, Champs Elysee, Paris, France; The Standart Federal Bank Art Collection, Hitchi, Tokyo, Japan; Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Carton Venezuela Art Collection, Caracas, Venezuela. Museums: Museum of Modern Art, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Museum of Modern Art, Bogotá, Colombia; Coral Springs Museum of Art, Coral Springs ,Florida, U.S.A; Museum of Modern Art, (MOMA), New York, New York, U.S.A; Museum of Modern Latin American Art, Washington D.C., U.S.A; Museum of Modern Art, La Paz, Bolivia; Museum of Contemporary Art, Panama, Panama; Museum of Modern Art, Quito, Ecuador; Museum of Modern Latin American Art, Managua, Nicaragua; Museum of Modern Contemporary Art, San José, Costa Rica; Museum of Modern Housatonic Art, Bridgeport, Connecticut, U.S.A; Art Museum of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A; Municipal Museum of Modern Art, Cuenca, Ecuador; Fine Arts Museum, Caracas, Venezuela; Fine Arts Museum of La Plata, Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina; Emilio Petorutti Museum, Asunción, Paraguay; José Luis Cuevas Museum, Mexico City, Mexico; Museo de la Universidad de Tucumán, Tucumán, Argentina; Essex Museum, London, England.


PEREZ-CELIZ Fuente Sagrada

serigraph signed and dated, 1991 Image Size: 38 x 261/4” Paper Size: 441/8 x 301/8” Edition of 100, printed on Somerset paper


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PEREZ-CELIZ Dynamic

serigraph signed and dated, 1991 Image Size: 38 x 261/4” Paper Size: 441/8 x 301/8” Edition of 100, printed on Somerset paper


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PEREZ-CELIZ Ritual

serigraph signed and dated, 1991 Image Size: 261/4 x 381/4” Paper Size: 273/4 x 391/4” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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PEREZ-CELIZ Vuelo a Venus

serigraph signed and dated, 1991 Image Size: 261/4 x 381/4” Paper Size: 273/4 x 391/4” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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ANTONIA GUZMAN


Antonia Guzman ( b.1954 ) Argentina Education: School of Fine Arts Prilidiano Nat Pueyrredon of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Selected Solo Exhibitions: Consulate General of Argentina, New York, U.S.A; The Americas Collection, Coral Gables, FL, U.S.A; Couturier Gallery, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A; Office de Coopération Europeaid, Bruxeles, Belgium; Mountain Shadow Gallery, Tucson, Arizona, U.S.A; Naomi Silva Art Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A; Galería Palatina, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Galería Aritza, Bilbao, Spain; Gardner Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A; Galerie Dessers, Hasselt, Belgium; Galería Xanon, Madrid, Spain; Galería La Casa del Arte, Hato Rey, Puerto Rico; Arteconsult, Panama, Panama; Anthony Ardavin Gallery, Atlanta, GA, USA; Galería Niko Gulland, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Praxis International Art, New York, USA; Galería Orón, Valladolid, Spain; Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Verve Art Gallery, Lovain, Belgium; C. Hulsch Gallery, Berlín, Germany. Selected Group Exhibitions: The Americas Collection, Coral Gables, FL, U.S.A; Galeria Habitante, Panama, Panama; Artana, Latin American Fine Art, La Haya, Holland; Galeria Aritza, Bilbao, Spain; Couturier Gallery, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A; Galería Zurbarán, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Galería Ignacio de Lassaletta, Barcelona, Spain; Kaller Fine Arts, Maryland, U.S.A; Bucks Gallery, New Town, Pennsylvania, U.S.A; Praxis Gallery, New York, U.S.A; Knox Galeries, Naples, Florida, U.S.A; Knox Galleries, Denver, Colorado, U.S.A. Museums: Arte y Remo, Museo de Arte de Tigre, Tigre, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Amnesty Int., Museo Sívori, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Boca Raton Museum of Art, Florida, U.S.A; Museo Nacional de Arte Decorativo, Buenos Aires, Argentina; National Museum of Fine Arts, Valleta, Republic of Malta; Museum “Jan Van Der Togt,” Amstelveen, Holland. Art Fair: Arteaméricas, Miami, Florida, U.S.A: Pinta London, London, England; Los Angeles Art Show, Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A; ArteBa, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Red Dot Art Fair, Miami, Florida, USA; ArtMiami, Miami, Florida, U.S.A.


ANTONIA GUZMAN Un Unico Tres

serigraph signed and dated, 2009 Image Size: 401/8 x 317/8” Paper Size: 463/4 x 35” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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ANTONIA GUZMAN Dos Solos Unicos

serigraph signed and dated, 2009 Image Size: 401/8 x 317/8” Paper Size: 463/4 x 35” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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PEDRO MUIÑO


Pedro Muiño ( b.1954 ) Spain Solo Exhibitions: The Americas Collection Art Gallery, Coral Gables, Florida, U.S.A; Juan Manuel Lumbreras, Bilbao, Spain; Argenta Gallery, Valencia, Spain; Sanxenxo, Pontevedra, Spain; Pilar Parra Gallery, Madrid, Spain; Obelisco Gallery, La Coruña, Spain Severo Pardo Gallery, Vigo, Spain; Cegrac Gallery, La Coruña, Spain; Soloarte Gallery, La Coruña, Spain; Vediart Gallery, La Coruña, Spain; 11 Gallery, Alicante, Spain; Gruporzan Gallery, La Coruña, Spain; Clave Gallery, Murcia, Spain; Trinta Gallery, Santiago de Compostela, Spain; Sargadelos Gallery, Madrid, Spain; Finisterrae Gallery, La Coruña, Spain. Selected Group Exhibitions: Argenta Gallery, New York, USA; The Americas Collection Gallery, Miami, U.S.A; Pilar Parra Gallery, Madrid, Spain; II Bienal Rafael Boti, Diputación de Cordoba, Spain; The Santander Gallery, Miami, U.S.A; Juna Frances Hall, Alicante, Spain; Xunta de Galicia, Galicia House, Madrid, Spain; Matisse Gallery, Barcelona, Spain; Artistas españoles en el Parlamento Europeo, Brussels, Belgium; Alameda Gallery, Vigo, Spain; Vértice Gallery, Oviedo, Spain; Soloarte Gallery, La Coruña, Spain; Espacio Moliere, Agde, France; Circulo Bellas Artes, Salamanca, Spain; Gruporzan Gallery, La Coruña, Spain. Museums: Eugenio Granell Museum, Santiago de Compostela, Spain; Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Union Fenosa, La Coruña Spain; Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Galicia Carlos Maside, La Coruña, Spain.; Museo do Pobo Galego, Santiago de Compostela.


PEDRO MUIÑO Geografía de la Vigília I

serigraph signed and dated, 2008 Image Size: 431/2 x 30” Paper Size: 463/4 x 35” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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PEDRO MUIÑO Geografía de la Vigília II

serigraph signed and dated, 2008 Image Size: 431/2 x 30” Paper Size: 463/4 x 35” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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PEDRO MUIÑO Geografía de la Vigília III

serigraph signed and dated, 2008 Image Size: 431/2 x 30” Paper Size: 463/4 x 35” Edition of 99, printed on Somerset paper


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The Americas Graphics comprises of over 164 Limited Edition Serigraphs, including works from emerging artists to established masters.

The Americas Graphics I  

The Americas Graphics comprises of over 164 Limited Edition Serigraphs, including works from emerging artists to established masters.