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Rosa Salazar

PAINTER
VENEZUELA

Rosa Salazar

  • Born in 1985
  • Painter
  • Style: Landscape / Figurative Expressionism
  • Born in Venezuela
  • Based in Venezuela

Rosa Salazar studied at the Universidad Nacional Experimental de las Artes (UNEARTE), in Caracas, where she outlined her preference for landscape. This theme has been the basis of a work in which two axes interlock, the affective and the plastic.

The representation of domestic animals, such as cats, or wild animals, such as birds and horses, attends to an emotional connection, of affections and memories. It is not just any animal that is selected for her repertoire, it is only those that were present in her childhood, spent in eastern Venezuela, close to the vegetation and fauna; and from her father, a horse keeper.

The plastic aspect is based on the representation of the ‘form of movement’. Her figures are interpretations of the capture of the moment, the flapping of the birds, the chromatic decoding that unfolds at that moment, the blurring of the wings, the magic of entering the bird’s tempo from her own universe. When birds fly, they have a very wide range of colors that cannot be seen when they are static. Movement is what allows that possibility. In the case of horses, she performs the sequence in different planes of movement of the body and limbs. And in cats, the stylization of the moving figure conveys their angry state. In all of them you can see the character of the animal, the temperature of the bottom that moves with the light, the density of the air and the agitation of the wind.

In Rosa Salazar’s artwork, the selection of colors comes as a consequence of the development of the form, it is an element that joins the intention of animating dynamism. She even has a line of work in which she only uses black, to focus attention on matter and form.

Mixed techniques with an economy of formal plastic media, adds to this proposal, that stands out for an unusual approach and new ways of seeing the landscape.

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Artworks

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2007

“Inventario”. Espacio tres, Instituto Armando Reverón, Caracas, Venezuela.

2010

“La montaña y la danza”. Sala Armando Reverón, Patrimonio Cultural Casa Amarilla, Caracas, Venezuela.

2008

1er Salón Nacional de Arte Yaracuy-Planeta Tierra, Museo Carmelo Fernández, Yaracuy, Venezuela.

2009

→ 1er Salón Nacional de Jóvenes Artistas del Estado Anzoátegui, Galería Pedro Báez, Barcelona, Anzoátegui, Venezuela.

2009-2011

→  Salón Municipal de Caracas Juan Lovera, Fundación Banco Industrial, Caracas, Venezuela.

2011

→ 38 Salón Nacional de las Artes del Fuego, Galería Universitaria Braulio Salazar, Valencia, Carabobo, Venezuela.

VI Bienal de Maracaibo, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo del Zulia (Maczul), Maracaibo, Zulia, Venezuela.

→ 36 Salón Nacional de Arte Aragua, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Mario Abreu, Maracay, Aragua, Venezuela.

2013

38 Salón Nacional de Arte Aragua, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Mario Abreu, Maracay, Aragua, Venezuela.

2da Bienal de Artes Plásticas PDVSA Oriente, Cumaná, Sucre, Venezuela.

2015

Bienal 40 Salón Nacional de las Artes del Fuego, Valencia, Carabobo, Venezuela.

Bienal II Salón Nacional de Dibujo y Estampa, Valencia, Carabobo, Venezuela.

“Mujeres a sangre fría”. Museo de Anzoátegui (MUSAN), Barcelona, Anzoátegui, Venezuela.

2015-2016

11vo Salón Nacional de Jóvenes Artistas, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo del Zulia (Maczul), Maracaibo, Zulia, Venezuela.

2016

II Bienal de Arte Visuales Ciudad de Coro, Falcón, Coro, Venezuela.

→ “Expresionismo”, Centro de Artes Integradas, CAI, Caracas, Venezuela.

2019

→ “De vuelta al oficio, Centro de Estudios de Arte Latinoamericano, Caracas, Venezuela.

2008

Mención Honorífica, 1er Salón Nacional de Arte Yaracuy-Planeta Tierra, Museo Carmelo Fernández, Yaracuy, Venezuela.

2009

→ Mención Honorífica, 1er Salón Nacional de Jóvenes Artistas del Estado Anzoátegui, Barcelona, Anzoátegui, Venezuela

2013

→ 2do Premio, 2da Bienal de Artes Plásticas PDVSA Oriente, Cumaná, Sucre.

2015-2016

11vo Salón Nacional de Jóvenes Artistas, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo del Zulia (Maczul), Maracaibo, Zulia, Venezuela.

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