After Phosphènes in 2012, the Galerie Da-End is pleased to welcome Catalan artist Marceŀla Barceló for a second solo exhibition of drawings and paintings, entitled Terrains/vagues.
Born in 1992 in Palma, Marceŀla Barceló grew up in the Majorcan countryside, surrounded by dense garrigue and wild shores. This environment inspired her from a very young age and sensitized her to ecological issues, which show today through all her artistic production.
On the occasion of the Terrains/vagues exhibition, the artist presents a series of recent works representing suffering creatures and individuals. To the underlying psychic tensions respond real physical wounds, as so many threatening symbols of the dreadful influence of mankind on its peers and Nature. « Carried by a swell of skimmed haze, of under-reality, feeling everything to the extreme, nothingness stifles, » writes Barceló. « Being a wasteland, going to waste / A wave of deficiency / A muted opinion of the real. »
Project room - Invited artists: César Bardoux, Matsui Fuyuko, Hugues Reip, Satoshi Saïkusa, Jan Švankmajer…
N. B : The Galerie Da-End & L’Inlassable Galerie associate to create this event around Marceŀla Barceló, by presenting at the same time a solo exhibition of the artist.