33 Contemporary Gallery presents a solo exhibition by Mexican sculptor Gogy Farias. This exhibition of prints and small sculpture works comes directly from Mexico City to Chicago for an exclusive view during Hispanic Heritage Month. Gogy Farias’ exhibition titled Life Cycles presents a variety of subjects including expressive figurative works as well as natural abstract forms interpreted in dynamic compositions. The exhibition includes an extensive collection of works on paper from “Chaos to Cosmos”, “The Hours of the Sun” and other well known and documented series.
Life Cycles explores the talent and sensibility of one of Mexico City’s most established contemporary sculptors whose professional trajectory expands for over 30 years. Gogy Farias demonstrates a constant search for new forms that gracefully investigates the human condition and its multi-faceted life cycles. Through her visionary and ambitious imagination, Farias captures the aura, essence, and spirit of the natural elements that embrace our life experiences.
Gogy Farias was born in Mexico City where she currently resides. She graduated from the Universidad Iberoamericana and attended the Escuela Nacional de Artes Plasticas. Her international career includes over 90 individual, 300 group exhibitions and numerous monumental works in public urban areas. Her work has been exhibited in Greece, Spain, Mexico, France, Poland, Canada and many American cities such as New York, Miami, Palm Beach, Santa Fe and Chicago.
Exhibitions Dates: September 21 to October 15, 2012
33 Contemporary Gallery