Jorge Posada

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Artwork
Untitled Oil on canvas - 78"x58"
Untitled II Diptych panel I Oil on canvas - 70"x47"
Untitled III Diptych panel II Oil on canvas - 70"x47"
The Missing Movement VIII oil and charcoal on paper - 64"x48" -
Series Exodus Movement XXI Oil on canvas - 78"x55"
Jorge
Posada
Artist's Statement

I portrait the human being in the amorphous reality of the city where we perceive the fellow humans as blurry presences. I start my artwork using the materials in a free way with expressive movements and rhythms to find semi-human shapes suggesting bodies, torsos and hearts. I move and liberate them into alternative spaces echoing the exodus of life. I create a visual unit with forms in motion inhabiting each other and the space next to them. I work in series, using panels as triptychs and diptychs. It is an interconnected story where one may find his/her reflection in the daily exodus of the human being.

Bio/Resume

Painter, sculptor, printmaker. Awarded a six year scholarship, Lower East Side Print Shop NY and Honorable Mention at Expresiones Hispanas Art tour USA. His artwork was showcased on Channel 13 The New Immigrants. Creator of a 1.500 square ft mural Homage to the Arts, Ritz Theater, Elizabeth NJ.

Solo:
Jorge Posada On View. NautaDutilh, Rotterdam
Animus Corpus. Kunstpanorama, Luzern, Switzerland
Group:
La Connexion GaGa Arts Center. New York
2thGuanlan International Print Biennial. Shenzhen, China
Art of the Americas. Miami
Bienal de San Juan del Grabado Latinoamericano y del Caribe. Puerto Rico
The Biggs Museum of American Art. Delaware
Triton Museum of Art. Santa Clara, CA
Arvada Center for the Arts & Humanities. CO
Mexican Cultural Institute. Texas

His work has been published in several art books and it is in private and public collections in the USA, Europe, Japan, Latin America.