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Florencia Durán

Siento el calor de tus manos, 2022

Painting : acrylic, canvas 61.8 x 39.4 inch

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Florencia Durán, Siento el calor de tus manos

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This artwork belongs to the proyect "Me. Women" in which the artist enhances her emotions by portraying other women. Without appropriating it, she manages to manifest a way of conceiving that latent and intimate universe that is governed by other codes, that is created from emotions, experiences and ties. A different world, where the gesture is mute force, it is a rebellious act, it is non-systemic movement and it is personal. Otherness appears as a genuine space where she feels honest, calm, where she can place her hopes and honor us.
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Professional art gallery • Madrid, Spain

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Medium
Painting: acrylic, canvas
Dimensions cm inch
61.8 x 39.4 inch
Framing
Not framed
Type
Unique work
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Work sold with an invoice from the gallery and a certificate of authenticity
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Not Signed
Colors

Dark blue

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Sunset

Women

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Florencia Durán

Florencia Durán

Uruguay • Born in: 1986

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Florencia Durán Itzaina, Montevideo, 1986.

Fascinated from a very young age by drawing, painting and plastic expression, she studied Industrial Design at the EUCD.

Since 2011 she began to experiment with mural painting in public spaces within Montevideo. He formed the duo Colectivo Licuado along with Camilo Núñez, which in 2013 led them to travel around South America painting and exchanging experiences with artists from different countries such as Argentina, Chile, Bolivia and Peru. Thereafter they spend six months a year traveling and painting in Europe, South America, North America and Asia, having participated in numerous street art festivals in more than 15 countries. They were part of "The Chrystal Ship" (Belgium), "Asalto"(Spain), "Blind walls gallery" (Holland), "St. arte India" (India), "Galeria Lira" (Chile), being one of the festivals most recognized worldwide, among many others.

In 2017 she won the "As thousand mulheres" contest in Rio de Janeiro, with two murals inspired by stories of local women.

In 2017 and 2018 she participated in the project "Territorial Interventions" of SOA Arte Contemporáneo (Uruguay)

In 2018 one of his individual murals entitled "Yo elijo" painted in Spain, is positioned as one of the 10 most influential murals of 2018 according to the Street Art United States page.

As of 2017, she has begun to work on a more personal and intimate project, related to her experience as a woman and the role of a woman artist, also experimenting with other media such as paper, canvas and collages.

In 2019 she makes her first solo show of "Nosotraselves" at SOA. FEFCA training award. Hold individual and collective experience workshops with Florencia Flanagan

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