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Exhibition: Objects that make People, people that make Art

from 03/10/2018
to 26/10/2018
From 20:30

The CARPET (Craft Art and People Together) Project brings together a selection of artists, designers, architects and creatives in general who live and work in the city of Seville, with an exhibition of more than 30 portraits by photographer David Blázquez.

The exhibition has the particularity of uniting two-dimensional images with the three-dimensional nature of objects, belongings, small pieces of furniture, materials, tools and other items that have been carefully selected in each studio with the aim of offering a wider vision of the person portrayed and the particular universe that is their workplace.

This group of artists includes some of those who already took part in the first open spaces day in the central and northern areas of Seville along with other creatives who work in the Triana and Los Remedios districts. Professionals in different disciplines related to artistic creation: architects, designers, visual artists, sculptors, restorers, among others, they are a sign of the diversity and creative plurality that exists in the city, linking different generations, perspectives and ways of facing daily tasks.

David Blázquez, photographer and graphic designer, aims to portray the person in their workplace in his photographs, respectfully observing every micro-cosmos as a sacred space within which the people who work there face the universe of creation on a daily basis.

The photographer and the artists who appear in the portraits will be present at the launch of the exhibition.

The CARPET Project has financial support from the Europa Creativa programme.

Location: Headquarters of the Fundación Tres Culturas (Three Cultures Foundation)

Launch: 3rd of October at 8.30pm

Closes: 26th of October

Opening hours:

Monday to Thursday from 9am to 7pm

Fridays from 9am to 3pm

Closed on Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays


Further information: www.tresculturas.org


Tel.: 673866475