Is an exhibition that shows the result of working around the problem of landscape that the painter Fede Taus has been investigating for a couple of years. His Focus is on the naturalistic landscape role as a representation of a symbolic and political ideal within modern history. His technique is a combination of digital and manual
Fede Taus studied visual arts at the University of Chile between 2007 and 2009 in the Class of Gonzalo Díaz. Between 2009 and 2010 he created and founded the initiative “Proyecto Sudaca” among the emerging artists of that house of studies. In different periods from 2014 to 2019 he was the Painting Assistant of the artist Francisco Papas Fritas in San Miguel, Chile and in 2015 he was the Assistant of the Artist and researcher Ingrid Wildi Merino in Biel Bienne, Switzerland. He participated in the research and visual articulation of 12 “Leporellos” of the Ingrid Wildi Merino’s research project/book : “Architecture of the Transfers: Art, Politics and Technology” 2015, (Book edited by Abada, Spain in Collaboration with HEAD-Geneve, Geneva School of Art and Design, Switzerland and University of Chile in the year 2016). In 2015 he participated as “Guest Student” in the Intermediate Class of Prof. Alba D’Urbano at Hochschule für Graphik und Buchkunst Leipzig, Germany. In 2016 he wins a DAAD scholarship, with which he will carry out between 2016 and 2018 postgraduate studies for artists (Meisterschüler) in the class directed by Prof. Alba D’Urbano at Hochschule für Graphik und Buchkunst Leipzig, Germany. He collaborated regularly for Alba Magazine, Berlin, Germany between the years 2015/17. He has participated in different exhibitions in Chile and Germany. He currently lives and works in Leipzig, Germany.
The exhibition will be open until October 14th We hope you can visit it!