Humberto Ramirez: Works about form, space, light and color
The paintings allude to the botanical garden as an abstract fantasy. They use the vocabulary and conventions of abstraction but are deeply rooted in an experience of the body and the world. In a way, they are less of a radical denial of the social, as they are a reaffirmation of the desire for a space of creative autonomy. These works are all about form, space, light and color and while pointing to the corporeal world they also seek to transcend it.
~ Humberto Ramirez | 2019
Opening Reception on May 17th at 5:30pm
Exhibit dates are May 17th through June 1st.
Humberto Ramirez is an interdisciplinary, multimedia artist and curator. Recent projects include participation in ‘Ten Years of the One Minute Film Festival’ at MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA; The Museum of Modern Art, NYC; MoMA PopRally: Abstract Currents - Video Series at the Museum of Modern Art, NYC.
Past events include an invitation by The Chinese American Arts Council (CAAC) in NYC to participate in a panel discussion in the wake of the Obama election and a subsequent invitation by the CAAC to curate the show 'Reconsidering Identity' at Gallery 458 NYC , ‘Cosmologies’ a video screening at Lesley University, Cambridge, MA in conjunction with a talk by authors Thomas Moore and Richard Tarnas, File-Electronic Language Festival, Sao Paulo, Brazil; New Media Show, Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Ana, CA; Digital Art Festival, Rosario, Argentina; VIII Salon y Coloquio Internacional de Arte Digital, Havana, Cuba and the Biennale for Electronic Art, Perth, Australia.
Humberto Ramirez is a Full Professor of Art at Landmark College and The Vermont College of Fine Arts.