Introducing HOFF x Nave Oporto...
Artists passionate about art and creativity share a perfect space to work in; Nave Oporto.
Nave Oporto is a former textile warehouse that has been converted into nine art studios, giving life not only to a project of coexistence and work, but also creating a community effect, integrating members from diverse backgrounds.
Together with HOFF they express their truth through art. The search for truth serves them as a self-knowledge of themselves, creating a link between what they feel inside and what they want to express with their works.
Author of works on paper and three-dimensional works who explores in his production the presence of architecture beyond buildings. His works convey serenity and balance. He is capable of mixing an irregular piece of marble discarded from any workshop with a piece of grey parquet and making them both take on the same prominence.
She seeks to work with ill-defined forms and content that are difficult to recognise or categorise: she flees from the obvious and takes the viewer into the same terrain, recovering enigmatic portions of reality rather than creating new realities.
She seeks to work with ill-defined forms and content that are difficult to recognise or categorise.
He is a passionate artist, he knows that nothing great can be done without passion, without foundations, in a flimsy or fragmented way. Miguel Fructuoso takes care of the composition of his works, the formal elements, the energies and strokes that balance the weight of the masses of colour.
He stands out on the national scene for his particular approach to figuration and landscape, using painting as "a pretext for compositional exercises", in which line, figure and colour are freely expressed.
She learned sewing and tailoring from her grandmothers, before graduating in Fine Arts. For more than a decade she has participated in Arco uninterruptedly with T20 Gallery. She has created works that challenge and confront the mechanisms of power and its institutions, highlighting those that reflect on the constant struggle of women against established social conventions.
Cultural manager and interior designer. She combines her interior design projects with her facet as an artist where she is part of the Nave Oporto collective.
She works with natural and vegetable fibres applying artisan basketry techniques giving life and colour with threads and knots to dry branches, finding an animal hidden in each one of them.
FOD, Belén Rodríguez, Miguel Fructuoso, Miki Leal, Sonia Navarro y Marta Corsini.
Javier Garceche y Luis de las Alas.