AirDrop is proud to announce its participation and support in the “Naturaleza y Artificios” exhibition of the Centro Cultural San Martin of Buenos Aires. Opening today Tuesday April 15th, the exhibition regroups 16 emergent artists, including AirDrop’s preeminent figure in Argentina, Maria Bedoian.
“The exhibit explores the mestization between organic and abstract forms that expand themselves within various spaces, with the aim of creating an original nature, more bound to the artificial than to the natural. Art’s Nature, or Nature’s Art, both in perpetual threat for imperfection. The pieces presented invade the space and create a dialog with the architecture of pure and modernist conception, created by Mario Roberto Alvarez. The noble materials of steel, wood, glass and marble used in architecture, are in counterpoint with the recycled materials such as wax, fabric, chalk, cardboard and paper used by the artists. The contrast between the images of an idealized New York City and of a scarred Argentina, converses as well with this counterpoint. The whole results in a signalization on the diversities between the modern, and the creativity of the present, in a society that has been through the rationalist ideal of Modernity, the mistakes of the utopist Postmodernism, until perceiving a higher and open path, the one of imagination.”