From Oct 10th through Nov 7, 2009.
PanAmerican ArtProjects is opening an exhibition featuring paintings by Paul Manes and Armando Mariño, in addition to a Project Room by Pablo Soria.
Paul Manes observes life through a magnifying glass. His paintings elevate commonplace objects and scenes to a new dimension. Manes sees the inner beauty of everyday objects. He brings to our attention the enchantment of daily life; emphasizing the notion of beauty being in the eye of the beholder.
In his paintings Armando Mariño explores the impact of petroleum on daily life. The controversial theme sets the stage for a satirical commentary on both economic and social issues prevalent in the United States. Furthermore, Mariño reflects on the ecological impact of exploiting oil from the earth.
The Project Room by Pablo Soria showcases nocturnal views of rural landscapes. Small collages in which he places dilapidated country houses against the backdrop of a starry night. His photography evokes sensations of nostalgia, while his painted starry nights seduce the viewer with romanticism.
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