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Acrylic on canvas
39" x 39"
2014

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2014

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Tango Visions
An art exhibit by PA7
Consulate General of Argentina in NYC

Opening Reception
Wednesday, March 6, 6-8 PM



This exhibit pays homage to Argentine culture and ancestry, and to the dichotomy of being both far away and yet so close. These paintings depict themes of the tango that was born and raised in the Rio de la Plata region and the tango that ultimately expanded across the world as a favorite dance. PA7, or Pintores Argentinos 7, have explored beyond the horizons of Argentina and are now living and creating their works in the Washington, DC area. Their art works collectively express the soul of Argentine music, dance and culture from their special view point as expatriates.

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PA&7 - Pintores Argentinos 7
Sara Burlé
Roxy D'Elia
Felisa Federman
felisafederman.com
Marcelo Novo
artmajeur.com/novo
Miguel Pérez-Lem
lemdesign.com
Fabián H. Ríos Rubino
fabianhriosrubino.com
Claudia Samper
claudiasamper.com
Susan Weidemann
susanweidemann.com

Consulate General of Argentina
12 W 56th St
New York, NY 10019
map
(212) 603-0400
cnyor.cancilleria.gov.ar



Blancos has just arrived in Abu Dhabi, where it will be the starting point and inspiration for a new challenge.

I can't go into the details for now, but I can say the project is one of the series in which I'm teaming up with Fantini Mosaici & Fantini Marmi.

The exquisite work of FM&FM's craftsmen feels almost overwhelming, while he generosity of their creative directors and their openness to new approaches and ideas is a blessing.

Italy as its best.

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Blancos
acrylic, 15 in x 60 in
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Fantini Mosaici fantinimosaici.it
Twitter: @fantinimosaici



Tango Visions
An art exhibit by PA7.
Curated by Alfredo Ratinoff.
Embassy of Argentina, Washington, DC
April 10 - May 31, 2013

Thank you very much to everyone who attended Tango Visions opening reception.

I apologize but health issues prevented me from being present myself.

These are the two pieces that curator Alfredo Ratinoff chose for the show:

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Thank you
PA7, Piintores Argentinos 7
Thank you
Daniela Mastrangelo

Thank you,
Alfredo Ratinoff, curator
Thank you,
Francisco López Achával
Thank you,
Maritza Gueler
Cultural Section, Embassy of Argentina

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Photograph: Daniela Mastrangelo

Top:
Margot -ya no sos mi Margarita-
acrylic, 39 in x 39 in x 2 in

Bottom:
Rosa -todos tus caminos eran tangos-
acrylic, 39 in x 39 in x 2 in

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This exhibit pays homage to Argentine culture and ancestry, and to the dichotomy of being both far away and yet so close. These paintings depict themes of the tango that was born and raised in the Rio de la Plata region and the tango that ultimately expanded across the world as a favorite dance. PA7, or Pintores Argentinos 7, have explored beyond the horizons of Argentina and are now living and creating their works in the Washington, DC area. Their art works collectively express the soul of Argentine music, dance and culture from their special view point as expatriates.
--Alfredo Ratinoff

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PA&7 - Pintores Argentinos 7
Sara Burlé
Roxy D'Elia
Felisa Federman
felisafederman.com
Marcelo Novo
artmajeur.com/novo
Miguel Pérez-Lem
lemdesign.com
Fabián H. Ríos Rubino
fabianhriosrubino.com
Claudia Samper
claudiasamper.com
Susan Weidemann
susanweidemann.com

Alfredo Ratinoff, curator
alfredoratinoff.com

Embassy of Argentina
1600 New Hampshire Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20009
map
202.238.6401
www.embassyofargentina.us


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