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lunes, 3 de octubre de 2016

Puerto Rican artists Ivelisse Jiménez at John and June Allcott Gallery / The University of North Carolina

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PR ART NEWS - John and June Allcott Gallery / The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is pleased to announce a solo exhibitions by  Puerto Rican artists Ivelisse Jiménez.

Developing from abstract concepts, Ivelisse Jiménez creates works where simultaneity, contraction and uncertainty are inherent characteristics. She uses materials that serve as veils blurring the pictorial elements and making them translucent, thus forcing viewers to search more intensely for the components and languages that make up her pieces and to consider how perception, language, and thought processes take place. A painter, installation artist and draftswoman, Jiménez graduated from the University of Puerto Rico and earned her master’s degree at New York University; she also studied at the Art Students League. She has exhibited in the Prague Biennale, MACO Art Fair in Mexico City, the Museo de Arte Puerto Rico, La Nave in Valencia, Spain, Larm Gallery in Copenhagen, 21 Street Projects in New York and the New World Museum in Houston, among other nationally and internationally recognized venues.

 Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist


Exhibition:  Ivelisse Jimenez runs through October 29, 2016 at John and June Allcott Gallery / The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Hanes Art Center, 121 E Cameron Street  Chapel Hill, NC 27599 United States. Gallery Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 am-5 pm. 

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