LAVERA, was Fernanda Lavera’s first solo exhibition in Argentina, took place at the Palacio Duhau, Park Hyatt in Buenos Aires on December, 2016. Its opening night was on December 15 and was on view till March 28, 2017.

Artwork

The art critic Julio Sanchez, wrote the following about Fernanda’s first solo exhibition the:
“Fernanda Lavera’s paintings are defined by the convergence of spontaneous gestures and a free figuration. There is a certain debt to the aesthetics of the CoBra group, which was revitalized a few years ago by the German new expressionism and graffiti artists such as J. M. Basquiat. This debt may be seen in the burst of colors, horror vacui, narrative sense, archetypical characters, dynamic space, winks to comics and design, as well as the inclusion of phrases and words. Behind these colors and festival spots, there is a serious concern about mistreatment, gender violence, genetic animal manipulation, and the increasing speed of ordinary time. Through a cheerful and explosive language, Lavera proves to be a critical observer and shows her concern for sensitive contemporary society issues.”

See some of the artwork presented at the exhibition below

Opening night

The opening night was hosted by merchant expert Roberto García, and was attended by more than 100 invitees, as well as important celebrities and artists such as Karen Reichardt, Jimena Cyrulnik and Marcelo Toledo.
RELEVANT PRESS
Mariana Alfaro Blog, Argentina
Infobae, Argentina
CREDITS
Gallery: Palacio de las Artes Duhau, Park Hyatt
Press: Roberto García
Review: Julio Sánchez
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