SABRINA AMRANI GALLERY GATHERS VISITORS IN ITS ONLINE VIEWING ROOMS TO DISCOVER NEW EXHIBITIONS
Text by: Fiammetta Cesana
One of the best news today is that Covid-19 has no chance to infect creative intelligence. The power of making art, of transforming a period of fear and chaos into flourishing inspirations and sharing is the way to be together beyond the psychical.
In this struggle valiantly won by our minds and feelings, it’s impressive the number of frontline art fighters, like international talents and independent organizations, which are getting amazing initiatives and works out of this period of confinement.
The one we want to share with you today is that of Sabrina Amrani Gallery in Madrid which, instead of cancelling its exhibitions’ program until further notice, has decided to convert its physical site into a digital programming that everyone can access to enjoy ongoing solo and group shows. To further involve the remote public into the artists’ works, the openings of each exhibition is broadcasted on Zoom (you just need to download the app to join the events!).
The latest show which came online on Sabrina Amrani’s platform is that of Joël Andrianomearisoa (accesible from this link), produced as he was already stuck in quarantine. The Malagasy artist has been able to give voice to his current thoughts and emotions by creating artworks with household tools he could find within his Parisian flat. Art stores are closed now, but there’s plenty of objects in our home we can reconsider as valuable replacing art suppliers! “From Home” of Andrianomearisoa claims the concrete possibility of venting our creative soul without stepping out the door.
“These objects are explorations to forget time but above all to affirm the vital necessity of creativity”, the artist said.
Other exhibitions, including the film “Geometría Popular” by Dagoberto Rodríguez (accessible from this link) which reveals an existing geometry between any human relationship, conflict and interaction, are now on display.
So let’s give yourself a cultural, healthy break and visit the shows at: Online Viewing Rooms Sabrina Amrani Gallery