Small Things That Seem Eternal

«Small Things That Seem Eternal» invites us to reflect on the fundamental role of contemporary art and the artist in our current society. Through these small-format works, the artists demonstrate their innate ability to capture the essence of our environment and elevate it to a realm of sublimity. Their work challenges our conventional gaze, inviting us to explore new perspectives, contemplate underlying themes, and immerse ourselves in a state of contemplation and wonder. These small-format pieces remind us that art transcends physical dimensions and has the power to generate a significant impact on our daily lives.


ARTISTS: Nestor Arena, Liene Bosquê, Lujan Candria, Ignacio Muv, Ivan Sikic, Ivan Perera, Marisa Telleria, Mariana Tocornal

 

Small-format artworks challenge our conventional perception of what is considered «grand» or «monumental.» «Small Things That Seem Eternal» is a collective showcase that immerses viewers in the vast universe of small-format art, with the purpose of revealing the profound beauty and encapsulated meaning within these works. Through this exhibition, the intrinsic ability of art to apprehend the essence of our environment and elevate it to a realm of sublimity becomes evident.

The artists comprising this exhibition represent a diversity of approaches and styles, offering a unique visual and emotional experience. The small format plays a relevant role in this exhibition, allowing for the highlighting of particular elements present in each artwork, such as meticulous details, delicate textures, subtle compositions, and a precise color palette. This approach invites the viewer to engage in a more intimate observation, fostering a profound connection with the artwork and the underlying themes it addresses.

«Small Things That Seem Eternal» invites us to reflect on the fundamental role of contemporary art and the artist in our current society. Through these small-format works, artists demonstrate their innate ability to capture the essence of our environment and elevate it to a realm of sublimity. Their work challenges our conventional gaze, inviting us to explore new perspectives, contemplate underlying themes, and immerse ourselves in a state of contemplation and astonishment. These small-format pieces remind us that art transcends physical dimensions and has the power to generate a significant impact on our daily lives.