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Pink Sky III by Luciana Abait

£875.00

Pink Sky III (2021)

Mixed media on wood panel

20” x 20” (50.8cm x 50.8cm) 

Unframed

Luciana Abait is an Argentinian Postwar & Contemporary artist who was born in 1971. Their work is currently being shown at multiple venues like California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks. Numerous key galleries and museums such as bG Gallery have featured Luciana Abait's work in the past.Luciana Abait has been featured in articles for WHITEWALL, LA Weekly and Houston Chronicle. The most recent article is Art and Landscape: 5 Artists from the Prize written for Aesthetica in August 2021.

'My work is informed by my own immigration history from South America into the US in the 1990’s. I use natural imagery such as mountains, icebergs and oceans along with maps and human-made structures in my photo-based works to act as metaphors for my personal experience. I faced many struggles while trying to assimilate and felt a sense of invisibility within the new urban environments that I had to adapt to. My work addresses globalization, displacement and its related environmental issues.'

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