At the seventh annual edition of the JustMAD Art Fair from the 23rd until the 28th of February, iam Gallery (Ink and Movement) and Up&Coming Gallery will be present. Two galleries that strive to offer new surroundings to entering the art world, introducing the pop-up format as the best way to deliver novelties of art to the audience. And now, after a collective exhibition in the emblematic Kreisler Gallery, we go hand in hand to JustMAD7 with some of the most important artists on our national scene.
iam (Ink and Movement) will present artworks by the Argentine artist Felipe Pantone, settled in Valencia, an artist, whose work ranges from graffiti to cinematic art; by Okuda San Miguel, returning from his success earned with his Kaos Temple project; and by Suso33, an artist with nothing to add that hasn’t been said already.
At the booth of Up&Coming Gallery you will be able to see the output of eight of our emerging artists: figurative abstraction, urban interaction and collages by the photographers Kino Acosta, Álvaro Torres and Beatriz Dubois; the feminine and colorful paintings by Begoña Fernández-Castaño together with the anarchist works by Nicolás Villamizar, full of magical realism, in contrast to the graphic and digital artwork by Víctor Soler. Moreover, there will be the neon sculptures by Blanca Azcárraga and the pop-kitsch art by Manuel Cruz.
Where to find us? Iam (Ink and Movement) are at booth J-8, at the garden floor (Planta Jardín) of the COAM building. Up&Coming Gallery are located in booth 3.15 at the top floor (logia floor).
In addition to our presence at the art fair, we will during the same time period schedule a series of activities linked to the different facets, which urban art can adopt.
Between 26th and 28th of February there will be the third edition of the anual exhibition ‘Theriomorphism’, commissioned by Okuda San Miguel, that will include artists like Franco Fasoli, Saner and Sixe Paredes.
On February 25 there will be a presentation of the Truck Art project in ARCOmadrid 2016. A cultural project that transforms comercial trucks of the Palibex company on real art pieces. Some of the most recognized artists in Spain are participating: Suso33, Javier Arce, Javier Calleja, Chiqui Carabante, Abraham Lacalle, Nacho Mastretta, Daniel Muñoz, Okuda San Miguel and Marina Vargas.