ESTE ARTE celebrates its new edition from 11 to 14 January in Punta del Este
The classic fair of Punta del Este opens its new edition with an exclusive group of artists, dealers, collectors, curators, critics and other advocates of the visual arts, at the same time, all in one place.
Among the highlights awaiting you at this year’s edition of ESTE ARTE, Punta del Estes’ premier art fair : The mythical Uruguayan Galería SUR, participant in this year’s TEFAF, will honor ESTE ARTE with masterpieces by Julio Le Parc, in exhibition at the Perez Art Museum Miami. Reginart Collections, with curation by Parisian director Danielle Cazeau, will exhibit gems from the collection’s impressive modern and contemporary works, featuring artists Jean-Michel Othoniel, Niki de Saint-Phalle and Pablo Picasso.
In addition, ESTE ARTE is thrilled to present artists from Galleria Continua’s impressive roster (Italy, China, France, Cuba), including Brazilian talent Marcelo Cidade, the mythic Cildo Meireles from Brazil and Argentinean artist Leandro Erlich, who made the Buenos Aires's obelisk disappeared. A site-specific installation by internationally renowned Uruguayan artist Marco Maggi, will also be shown at Xippas Galleries (Paris, Geneva, Montevideo, Punta del Este). Also included are the fresh and stimulating Carroll/Fletcher (London) with digital pioneer Manfred Mohr will assume a striking presence at the fair and Photology with a photographic projects by Martin Parr and Henri-Cartier Breton.
Loyal to its principle of uncovering new talents, ESTE ARTE brings to this year’s edition the american gallery LMAK (New York), with works by Nayda Collazo-Llorens. From the other side of the Rio de la Plata ESTE ARTE is pleased to introduce the work of Argentinian and Peruvian artists from the Punta del Este-based gallery Del Paseo, including Liliana Porter. Other artists exhibited are Marlon de Azambuja, one of Brazil’s strongest emerging artists, at Studio Sandra Recio (Geneva). While gallery Mul.ti.plo Espaço Arte represents the Brazilian scene with works by the great master Waltercio Caldas. London’s Bartha Contemporary Ltd provides a transnational example of curatorial engagement with a dialogue between young emerging german artist Henrik Eiben and Enio Iomni, one of the most representative Constructivist sculptors in Argentina.