Angela Leible

March, 08 - April, 23, 2016

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WHITE HORSES
Mixed on canvas. 2015. 200 x 230 cm
WHITE HORSES BLACK HORSES MINOTAUR PANTHER QUIRÓN CENTAUR ULYSSES I BACCHUS THE FALLING MAN CARISTO CENTAUR

The renowned Chilean artist ANGELA LEIBLE presents respective individual exhibition of drawings in Lima. The inauguration will take place next Tuesday, March 8th, at 7:30 pm. at the Galería de Arte Enlace Arte Contemporáneo, at Av. Camino Real 1123, San Isidro.

Angela Leible studied Geology and Master of Art from 1986 to 1993, in the Universidad de Concepción, Chile, as well as Master of Arts in the Universidad Católica de Santiago de Chile. From 1998 to 2015 she exhibits in “Puna” (“Puna”), La Otra Orilla Del Pacífico, Galería Artespacio, Santiago, Chile 2015, "Las Iniciales De La Tierra" ,Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes Santiago – Chile 2012, “Viaje Al Fin Del Mundo”, Galería Artespacio, Santiago – Chile 2010, "Horse’s Power" ACHS – Los Angeles, Chile (2009), La Divina Comedia Desde El Sur, Universidad de Talca, (2009), "Tierra De Caballos" ,Galería Artespacio, Santiago, Chile (2007), "Caballos En La Huella", Galería Artespacio, Santiago, Chile (2004), "Lo Que Somos", Chile (2003), "El Espiral De La Vida" , Fundación Telefónica of Santiago, Chile (2002), "Se Que Ahí Estuve Alguna Vez", Museo de la Revolución en La Habana – Cuba (1998), among others. She has made public art on two walls in Toronto, Canada and Santiago de Chile. Her work can be found in private collections in New York, Miami, Italy, Canada, and Chile.

The exhibition that Angela Leible presents in the Galería de Arte Enlace Arte Contemporáneo bears the title “La Divina Comedia desde el Sur”, and is composed of a series of 10 drawings of large scales of 200 x 200 cm., and worked in mixed media on canvas. Regarding this series the Chilean Art curator and critic Ernesto Muñoz has commented: “The drawing, strong basis of art, should it take up a secondary role among so many visual searches, returns to the work of the artist with a vitality and dexterity that help understand the overwhelming imaginary, where shapes take over a development in which the stroke becomes inexhaustible, sharing information from our Renaissance imaginaries. Leible has chosen the Divine Comedy in order to challenge herself with these drawings laid out on the paper with a colloquy of pictures and techniques, allowing a game that involves all of us while it gives back to the drawing its sole and primal role of art custodian”. Ernest Muñoz, Secretary of AICA International, Chilean Chapter.

The exhibitions can be visited until April 22nd of 2016, from Monday to Saturday from 11:00 am. to 8:00 pm.