Two photographic presentations where the dilation of oblivion is proposed. A dialogue between the works of Sergio Bazán, which portray the untimely period in NY city and the personal desolation in the face of outside noise in Lole’s Asikian work. A play of lights, shadows and absences that are captured in the work creating a dream scene. The intensity and disenchantment of the linear remains in the image; life begins to take a circular shape, not everything is lost.
Sergio Bazan was born in 1962 Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Kuitca Scholarship sponsored by Fundación Antorchas. He studied sculpture and drawing with Juan Carlos Distefano, and received a grant from Fundación Antorchas to carry out works of great proportions. Cities where he held solo shows: Buenos Aires, Washington, New York, Houston, Chicago, Miami, Monterrey, Madrid, Paris, Amsterdam, Basel and Havana. He participates in biennials and international fairs, currently he teaches clinics and contemporary art workshops. He writes art texts and also develops as a curator. He is currently director of visual arts at the Fundación Cazadores
Lole Asikian was born in 1984 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Their studies include Creative Process, Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, London, UK 2010, Alternative Photographic Processes, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, London, UK. Magnum Documentary course, Stuart Franklin,Chris Steele Perkins, Matt Stuart. Street Photography Workshop, Bieke Depoorter y Harry Gruyaert, Brussels, Belgium Clínica de obra, Fabiana Barreda, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Taller de arte contemporáneo, Sergio Bazán, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Exhibitions include Responding to the city, Lcc London, curador Chris Steel Perkins, 2016, Las puertas del Infierno, Sala Imán,Fundación Cazadores,Buenos Aires, 2019. Encierro, Distrito1 Arte, curadora Violeta Janeiro, Chubut, 2020. Silencien Micrófonos, Galería Camarones, curador Sergio Bazán,Buenos Aires,2020. Mi vereda, curadora Valeria Vilar, Buenos Aires, 2020. Coleccionables de Emergencia, Munar,Buenos Aires, 2021
Since 1989, Diana Lowenstein has been part of the international art scene through her role as an active gallery owner and director, first under the name Der Brücke and now as the eponymous Diana Lowenstein Gallery.
Mrs. Lowenstein began her career as a gallerist in Argentina, fomenting young local artists as well as organizing exhibitions of world-renowned foreign artists.
Participating in high-caliber art fairs like FIAC in Paris, ARCO in Madrid, Art Basel, Art Chicago and Art Miami has been a staple in the gallery’s operation. Furthermore, Diana Lowenstein has been part of numerous organizing committees of these fairs, being able to influence their orientation to include a quality Latin American mix of talent.
In September of 2000, the gallery headquarters were moved to Miami. It is now based in Magic City District, the gallery has thirty-two years of specialized experience presenting contemporary art in the United States and across the globe. The Diana Lowenstein Gallery runs a year-long exhibition program in Miami and participates in the world’s most exclusive art fairs, presenting the works of its stable of international artists. She has made it possible for many of her exclusive artists to exhibit works in major world museums and biennales.