Angela de la Cruz
'Blue-Black (Nothing) Print' 2010
|Edition of 30|
|39 x 45 cms|
|Digital giclée and silkscreen on 330gsm Somerset satin enhanced paper|
|Framing to Artists Specifications can be arranged|
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Turner nominated Angela de la Cruz pushes the physical boundaries of painting. De la Cruz's pieces are almost physically violated by her as they have had their stretchers attacked, canvases ripped and then contorted, and yet they are often darkly humorous. The apparent aggressive assault on her paintings can be seen in light of her refusal to conform to the confines of the traditional canvas. De la Cruz's works also have a cathartic element to them, as if the act of damaging the structure of the painting gives her a release. These meditative acts of aggression carries through to her prints.
Recent solo exhibitions include: Delimitations, Herzliya, Tel Aviv; Transfer, Lisson Gallery, London; Helga de Alvear, Madrid.
Angela de la Cruz was nominated for the Turner Prize in 2010 and she is represented by Lisson Gallery (London), Galerie Krinzinger (Vienna), Galeria Helga de Alvear (Madrid), and Anna Schwartz (Melbourne).
Wet, Galerie Krinzinger, Austria
Delimitations, Herzliya Museum, Tel Aviv
Transfer, Lisson Gallery , London
Angela de la Cruz, Helga de Alvear, Madrid
Angela de la Cruz, Turner Prize, Tate Britain, London
After, (Solo Exhibition) Camden Arts Centre, London
Trabahlo, Culturgest, Porto
Larger Than Life, Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporaneo, Sevilla
Angela de la Cruz, Lisson Gallery, London
Angela de la Cruz, Museo de Arte Contemporanea de Vigo, MARCO, Spain
For a more extensive list of Angela de la Cruz's past exhibitions click here.
Interview coming soon.
Adrian Searle- Angela de la Cruz's brush with death, The Guardian (5th April 2010)
Angela de la Cruz's deadly art goes on show, The Guardian (6th April 2010)
Charles Darwent- Angela de la Cruz - "After", Camden Arts Centre (11th April 2010)
For more press from Lisson Gallery click here.