STAND BY

STAND BY

STAND BY
Solo Show of Harold López
 Inauguration, Friday, September 15. 6:00 p.m.
Villa Manuela Art Gallery


In the work of Harold López youth is the protagonist. His speech frames it as a generation of impostures and challenges. Submerged in silences, they defy time, consuming it miserly in a constant act of waiting. Their looks are drawn out of the picture in such a way that it is not possible to notice where they are headed, what is the goal or the future. So, they dialogue with time: they condemn and sacrifice the present for a future upstart, unimaginable, disdainful. On the other hand, its features of humanity are based on a huge political disengagement, quasi asceticism. This generation is defined to the waiting, the inertia that inoculates in the body and the soul the desperate waiting. In short, sorts of Stand by state that defines the attitude of the youth of the present.
 

The exhibition will be open to the public until Friday, October 13, 2017

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