Conde Contemporary is a fine art gallery based out of Corabl Gables & Miami. Conde Contemporary specializes in figurative art, portraiture, surrealism, representational art, cuban art, contemporary cuban art, realism, expressionism, oil paintings, sculpting and sculptures.
"Rotar’s images roam from series to series: rocky landscapes, a vast moon, a boy in a militarized uniform. It is from several of these elements, always located in the mid-ground, that the universe of Leonid Rotar’s painting is constructed, hermetic and non-conformist with regard to the ongoing practise of Russian art. This boy — son of the artist who serves as his model, the similarity in the portraits of the personalities of various pictures again stresses the symbolism of Rotar’s lapidary figurativeness."
Though conventional wisdom would have us focus on art - not the artist, “Visual Therapy” examines both the psychological motivations of the artist and what their work evokes in the observer. Do they correlate? Does it matter?
Conde Contemporary (COCO) - the Miami gallery focused on narrative realism, photorealistic portraiture, surrealism and contemporary Cuban art - is delighted to announce their participation in CONTEXT New York, 2017, booth C-409.
"In this exhibition I try to move the viewer through virtual doors to other universes of magic and surrealism, where the dreamlike and idyllic is transmitted, as a journey to the collective unconscious...it is an exploration of our unconscious, a personal psychoanalysis, where archetypal objects function as the means to communicate full messages of symbols and icons that transmit experiences of our lucid dreams".
The show explores the intersection of surrealism, realism and representational art as exemplified by: Anthony Ardavin, Andres Conde, Leonardo Duarte, Willian Duarte, Tobin Garth Karicher, Natasha Kertes, Darian Rodriguez Mederos, Luis Rodriguez Noa, Enrique Toledo, and Luis Enrique Toledo de Rio.
Conde Contemporary and Shelborne Wyndham Grand South Beach, present the next installment in their First Thursday Art Talks Series, "Diaphanous" an exhibition of photography by Russian photographer, Natasha Kertes.