"Bled", paintings by Daniela Ramsfelder
February 7th – March 2nd
February 7th from 6:30 to 8:00 PM
On view: Monday - Friday from 3 to 5 pm
Embassy of Argentina
1600 New Hampshire Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20009
(M) Dupont Circle
With the support of:
Gobierno de Córdoba
Agencia Córdoba Cultura
From the vision of the red twilight (red) and the enigma of the blue fall (blue), Daniela Ramsfelder’s circular paintings are making their way in. In his essay, Paul Virilio describes them as landscapes of events. What defines these paintings are the movements and vibrations.
Here, imaginary time is based on a meticulous repetition of gestures, perhaps enabling both smallness and distance to have the same meaning. They portray a distant past and comprise a continuous present.
Past tense and future tense.
Something new will happen today.
Sergio Bazán, November 2017, Buenos Aires
about the artist
Born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina (1975). She studied drawing and painting at the New York Studio School, and at the Parsons School of Design under Mercedes Matter, disciple of Hans Hofman and member of the American Abstract Artist movement in 1930. Overseas she was assistant to several artists, among the most outstanding, Suzanne McClelland and Carol Irving. Back in Buenos Aires, she attended the University Di Tella under Diego Bianchi and La Escuela de Proyectos under Sergio Bazán, Manuel Ameztoy, Augusto Zanella and Laura Messing, as well as with Adriana Ablin for several years. Her work has been exhibited in the United States, Greece, Uruguay and Argentina, and her work is part of the Banco Industrial as well as private collections.