Venezuela Mi Corazón




Venezuela Mi Corazón

by Osmeli Delgado

Curated by Philip Tsiaras


March 23, 2016 - April 9, 2016

chashama 266
266 West 37th Street (between 7th and 8th ave.)
New York, NY

Nearest Trains: A, C, E, 1, 2, 3

Hours: Friday - Saturday, 11-6 pm | Sunday, 12-6pm

Opening Reception: Thursday, March 24, 2016 5-8pm, RSVP

Osmeli Delgado's meditative work speaks, quite literally, to the human heart. The symbolism and focus of her drawings, canvas, and sculptures throb with a collective intelligence for the humanity of the culture she has left behind, Venezuela. Each heart reflects a journey, a transformation, a separation from something dear to her. In these works Delgado synthesizes the essence of the human spirit in a visceral and contemplative language, reducing the entire world of objects into the symbol of the heart. Often abstracted, with formal and conceptual bravura, Delgado's hearts speak to the Latin who is lost in the New World, and to the despair and the poverty of the country she mourns.
[By Philip Tsiaras]

About the Artist
Osmeli Delgado is a Venezuelan artist and architect. She moved to New York after deciding to follow her passion and dedicated herself wholeheartedly to her art. She studied art at the National Academy School of NY. Her work has been shown in different group exhibitions in NYC including at the Gechtoff Gallery, Tatiana Pages Gallery, Woodward Gallery, National Academy Museum and Union City Museum in New Jersey and Villalon Gallery in Venezuela. Osmeli was selected winner for the 2014 and 2015 ArtSlant Showcase of New York and she received the maximum scholarship for the 2015 National Academy Studio Abroad in Italy. Her work has been featured on many online interior design and art blogs including TRENDHUNTER.com, SculptSite.com, Art-Nerd.com, WideWalls.ch, ArteFuse.com, and Wall Street International. 
www.osmeli.com

For appointments, please contact: osmeli.delgado@gmail.com

 

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