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Announcing Pamela Gcia’s Exhibition “Deeply Sinking Down”

We are pleased to announce an exhibition Deeply Sinking Down by Pamela Gcia on March 23(Sat) & 24(Sun) , as a result of her activity during her stay at Studio Kura.

Pamela Gcía is a multidisciplinary artist based in Monterrey, México.
She holds a Bachelor in Fine Arts at the Gate of Creation /CRGS from University of Monterrey, where she focused on printmaking, drawing and painting.
Her work has been shown at collective and solo shows in art spaces and galleries around Monterrey.

Pamela’s work explores daily habits based on our everyday life, redefining gestures that even thought are repetitive, each one has its specific spacetime in which the peculiarities and details have the possibility to create new narratives.

Here are some words from the artist herself.

Deeply Sinking down is an exploration of slowly letting things pass by, sinking even deeper down into the surroundings but at the same time allowing your conscious mind to wander.
This series of drawings are part of a remainder to breath evenly and deeply, breathing deeper and deeper still to be present.
Each one of them has its own story to tell, pieces and bits that carry the peacefulness that Itoshima spreads.

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Pamela Gcia “Deeply Sinking Down”
Exhibition style: Visual Arts / Drawings

Date: March 23 (Saturday) & 24 (Sunday), 11:00 to 18:30.
* We will hold an artist talk on 23rd (Sat), starting at 15:00.
* The exhibitions by other current residence artists will be held at the same exhibition periods.

Pamela Gcía

Pamela García Valero (México) Residence: March 2019

Pamela Gcía is a multidisciplinary artist based in Monterrey, México.

She holds a Bachelor in Fine Arts at the Gate of Creation /CRGS from University of Monterrey, where she focused on printmaking, drawing and painting.
Her work has been shown at collective and solo shows in art spaces and galleries around Monterrey.
Pamela’s work explores daily habits based on our everyday life, redefining gestures that even thought are repetitive, each one has its specific spacetime in which the peculiarities and details have the possibility to create new narratives.

At Studio Kura Pamela aims to explore, reflex and narrate daily routines during her stay around Fukuoka that will lead a series of drawings about the experience and surroundings.

– website link: https://gciapamela.xhbtr.com/

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