Two Venezuelan entrepreneur representing Latin Art in Asia
Sandra Rodriguez and Ana Carolina Moreno joined forces in Shanghai since 2012 when participating at the Latin American Pavilion in ART SHANGHAI. Back in 2012, Sandra and Ana arranged an incredible exhibit at the Wison Art Center in Shanghai where the artists displayed their artworks with great success.
In this picture back in 2012 Sandra Rodriguez and Ana Carolina Moreno artists representation at LAP Art Shanghai.
For the 2014-2015 year, these two Venezuelans join forces once again with an intercultural exchange between Korea and US.
Talented emerging contemporary artists will be showcasing their work in an effort to unify the artistic language between continents.
The contemporary artist and architect Eliana Martinez was chosen for this intercultural exchange between countries. Eliana will be exhibiting her pieces in Seoul Korea through Ms. Sandra Rodriguez
representation, not only in art fairs and Korean museums but also in the allied gallery Bellarte where Ms. Sandra represents Latin American Talent.
Eliana is an international artist and architect living in Miami, Florida. She was born in Colombia and has always had a passion for drawing and a sensibility for lines and colors. Her artwork expresses symmetry and proportion, generating a deep sense of symbolism. The visual narrative of her work shows an emotional link between the human and the artistic experience expressed with a dynamic sense of textures and forms.
Her clean and elegant pieces captivated the eyes of thousands of Koreans at the last fair, SOAF, she participated in. Eliana engaged her conceptual art with a touch of nature, establishing a strong connection between Asian classic styles and elegant contemporary forms.
To view Eliana Martinez artworks in US, please visit the gallery Art Center Wynwood in Miami or visit her website: http://www.elianamtz.com
In the picture at the left the Wison Art Center in Shanghai. 2012 Collective exhibit arranged on 2012 by Ms Sandra Rodriguez representing Jonidel Mendoza and Ms. Ana Carolina Moreno from Art Center Miami