Es.Arte Gallery, would like to encourage you to participate in our second edition of “Earth Hunger II” with the theme “ART IN A TIME OF TRANSITION”.
There is a quote from Leonardo Da Vinci that says: “We are not living in times of change, but a change of era” and it is under this inspiration that the concern arises to call you to be an active part of this change. We are aware that art does not only belong to the artist, but above all it belongs to society.
From Es. Arte Gallery we want to ignite the creative flame so that it transcends beyond the atelier and spreads. Tell your story, liberate, heal and vindicate so that your art can be the catalyst and the world voice. No matter how you feel, no matter your beliefs, simply speak out… and help empower the mission that ART has, to be a legacy and witness to our culture. “Civilisations are not remembered for their businessmen, bankers or lawyers; they are remembered for their art“. And now more than ever, at this moment, we have the commitment to shout out our feelings from our artistic discipline, so we invite you, the artists, to share that creation that contributes a critical or sentimental touch that marks the history of art.
In addition, we want to offer the artist the opportunity to be active and present. This is our imperative obligation as a gallery, and consequently, we want to open the way and give light to the artist.
On this occasion, for the exhibition Earth Hunger II we will select six artists to exhibit in a group show, Earth Hunger II and one of them will be selected to join the exclusive selection represented artists by Es.Arte Gallery, as well as the active art circle of Marbella and the Costa del Sol.
Artist and graphic designer with an extensive professional career, she has exhibited in Milan, New York, Korea, etc. Now she wants to combine her know-how as a publicist, artist and gallery owner to create a gallery where talent and genius is the artist’s opportunity. Surrounded by expert and enthusiastic collaborators, she is committed to a modern, extroverted and avant-garde gallery, where the limits of expansion go beyond the exhibition space.
Patricia Bueno (Seville, 1984) is an independent curator and researcher of contemporary art. Interested in anthropology, society, culture, identity and gender, she gives all her projects a transcendental value that connects them with their environment through intellectual imbibition.
With a degree in Art History and a Masters in Heritage and Contemporary Art, she has curated exhibitions in Art Centres such as the C3A in Cordoba or institutions such as the ICAS (Seville) or the University of Malaga, as well as in art galleries and alternative spaces. He has written numerous texts for specialised publications and directs “La Ciudad Invadida: Jornadas de arte anual en la provincia de Sevilla”.
Graduate in Art History from the Complutense University of Madrid, and specialist in Appraisal and Valuation of Artistic, Cultural and Collecting Assets from the Polytechnic University of Valencia. After working in museums, art galleries, fairs, festivals and specialised magazines in cities such as Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and Alicante, and as an independent curator since 2008, he founded PAC. Leading platform for the promotion and dissemination of contemporary art, where he is the General Director.
Author of numerous articles for magazines such as Art Notes, Tentaciones del Mercado del Arte, Vanidad or Element Magazine Panamá, several exhibition catalogues of emerging art and the book Dios salve el arte contemporáneo for the publishing house Paidós of Grupo Planeta.
Since 2019 he has been working as general coordinator of the contemporary art fairs JUSTMAD in Madrid and JUSTLX in Lisbon. He is a speaker at conferences, round tables and universities, and a curator and cultural manager, organising exhibitions and coordinating art fairs and festivals. He also advises foundations and companies on artistic projects, and is co-founder of the collecting app Thertify.
Elisa Hernando (Madrid, 1973) holds a PhD in Economics, Business and Art History from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. After working at The Bank of New York, Citibank and as director of two art galleries, she founded Arte Global (2003) and RedCollectors (2017).
Elisa Hernando is professor of Art Economics and Valuation at the Antonio Nebrija University since 2006; she has published in different scientific journals such as the International Journal of Arts Management. She is a lecturer on collecting and the market at the Fundación Juan March, University of Applied Sciences for Business (Vienna), Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Universidad Menéndez Pelayo, among others. He has curated exhibitions in various museums and institutions such as Museo Lázaro Galdiano, MUSAC (León), National Gallery of Fine Arts (Amman, Jordan), among others.
He studied painting at the University of Fine Arts in Seville, and since then his work has been exhibited in museums, galleries and art fairs all over the world. His exhibitions at the Fowler Museum in Los Angeles, the Luma Museum in Chicago, and the Vostell-Malpartida Museum in Cáceres stand out.As for international art fairs, he has participated in Art Cologne, Armory Show in New York, Art Miami, Moscow International Art Fair in Moscow, Toronto International Art Fair, ARCO, DIVA Art Fair in New York, KIAF International Art Fair in Seoul, MODERN in Munich, ART FORUM in Berlin, SCOPE Art Fair in Miami and Lodres, among others.Salustiano’s work has been on the cover of magazines and specialised press, such as Arte Al Límite, Artery Berlin, MU Magazine or the cultural weekly of the national newspaper ABC.Salustiano has collaborated in projects of different charitable institutions of international prestige, such as the Dalai Lama Foundation, the World Microcredit Bank of Muhammad Yunus (Nobel Peace Prize) and the Cisneros Foundation.