ESCUELA FLORA CLOSES IT'S 2018 EXCHANGE PROGRAM WITH A COLLECTIVE EXHIBITION IN BOGOTÁ
As a closing of what was Escuela Flora 2018 program, FLORA ars + natura opens its doors with The Cat is Killing the Birds, but I Love her Anyway collective exhibition. After a collective exchange carried out in the Bogota (Colombia) headquarters, more than twenty Latin American artists exhibit their work.
Inaugurating on Friday the 30th, the residents of Escuela FLORA 2018, exhibit the works that have been the product of the contamination caused by the encounter with the community of FLORA, the Colombian city and a group of national and international visitors. In this way, The Cat is Killing the Birds, but I Love her Anyway highlights the importance of FLORA program as a provider of material and discursive affinities that enrich the practice and offer a space of vitality to the local and national artistic discussion.
The exhibition will take place until Saturday, December 15.
Artists: Pável Aguilar, Fredy Clavijo Cuartas, Jimena Croceri, Andrea Ferrero, Ulrik López, Daniela Medina Poch, Catalina Monedero, Ana Navas, Erkan Öznur, Caroline Peña Bray, Jose Pérez Tello, Sarina Scheidegger, María Alejandra Torres, Ernesto Bautista, Ana Bidart, Luz Broto, Katrina Coombs, Henry Palacio Clavijo, Linet Sánchez Gutiérrez, Andrés Felipe Valencia y Adán Vallecillo.
Escuela FLORAl is a program of independent studies based on workshop practice, dialogue and direct feedback on the process, favoring interculturality and local knowledge. The artists develop their practice in the workshop, discuss their process with renowned artists, curators and local and international researchers and share experiences with their peers, with traditional know-how, and with the local community.