Mauro Arbiza, Víctor Beckelman, Celsa Burgeuño, Mariana Grau, Lisandro Guma, Francene Kerry, Anita Jamisnoy, Maitemazz, Moio, Ornella Morán, Jaime Moxey, Lendy Peña, Angeles Pereda, Juan Pistilli, Verónica Puiggari, Stella Redruello, Silvina Zalazar, Lucero Villalba and Ana Zorroaquín. Press and Communication: Christy Russo.

Orange Experience III: Art Happening III


Laguna Escondida · José Ignacio · Uruguay
Collective, Iconic, International

The exhibition is not the only format for developing an artistic project. More and more, these are surrounded by activities or events of all kinds, the orange exhibition space will promote communication, interaction, and the relationship between the art works, the space, and the audience, naturally integrating the different aspects of the exhibition to achieve a symbiosis between space, art, and guests.

What does the color orange inspire?

Orange means enthusiasm and excitement, and when it’s very vivid and reddish, it denotes burning and passion. Kandinsky states that orange evokes feelings of strength, energy, ambition, determination, joy, and triumph.

06/06/2024 –
Individual, National
The owners of the mountain. Conceptual dimension of indigenous art within contemporary art
Curator and artist: Joaquín Ponzinibbio. Wichi Art: Familia Mendoza. Photographs: Rubén Romano. Arte Chané, Mocoví y Qom.
10/05/2024 –
Collective, National
Chromaticus Color Party
Julián Escardó, Gerardo Feldstein, Silvio Fischbein, MET, Aída Pippo, Rosa Rodríguez, Bruno Rodríguez Maraude and Alejandra Repetto.
04/04/2024 –
Individual, National
Together we are trama
Viviana Rodríguez · Paper fabrics
06/03/2024 –
What is your word? I’ll tell you mine…
Mónika Golla & Silvia Ventura · Printed art