Posts by April Dell

  • April Dell by April Dell
    Artist Rico Lascano, interview for online exhibition with Ronewa Art Projects
    Rico Lascano in his studio. Photo by Nap Jamir.

    Rico Lascano's upcoming exhibition in the Ronewa Online Viewing Room opens on September 3rd. We talked to him about his meditative art practice, nature and spirituality, and making art during lockdown.

     

    Lascano's abstract practice draws from the breathtaking nature in the Philippines, the spiritual traditions of his home country, and his own quest for serenity and peace in a busy world. Within his floating compositions and delicately textured expanses, Lascano creates boundless spaces of stillness and timelessness. He invites viewers to occupy the transcendantal space of his inner journey.

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    Season: Fictional Plant 26, 2020, Pencil and watercolor on assorted paper, 29.7 x 21 cm, Signed and dated (Unframed).
    Season: Fictional Plant 26, 2020, Pencil and watercolor on assorted paper, 29.7 x 21 cm, Signed and dated (Unframed).

    With one week to go before Mireille Gros' online exhibition opens, I had the pleasure of chatting to the Swiss artist about her ongoing botanical drawing project. Gros shared insights on her relationship with nature, her artistic process, and her new series created for the Ronewa Online Viewing Room

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    Artist Tashi Brauen, upcoming online exhibition with Ronewa Art projects
    Tashi Brauen, photo by Claude Gasser

    Opening to the public on June 19th, 2020, is Ronewa Art Projects’ first online exhibition—the beginning of a new era of online art. Swiss artist Tashi Brauen presents a new series of works born out of the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown. We talk to Brauen about his new works and the online art world.

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    Douglas Diaz, Anima/Animus 4, 2019, virtual wall visualization
    Douglas Diaz, Anima/Animus 4, 2019, virtual wall visualization

    Over the last few months, we have seen how adaptable the art market can be. New online innovations continue to promote artists despite the challenges presented by the COVID-19 shutdowns. At Ronewa, we want to be at the forefront of these changes. Our new mission and new platform respond to the needs of a future online art market that values innovation and accessibility. We take a closer look at the forces at work in the new global online art arena.