5. – 26. Juli 2020 (verlängert!)
5. Juli, ab 19.00Uhr
“Another panorama of the “cold war” with false information and demonstration of forces. Therefore, the use of black and white flags that colonize the periphery of a body (the body as a metaphor for individual geography, also as a border) hidden behind a cape. The flags refer to the images of historical documentations, where all these symbols appear in black and white. A chair, a table, barbed wire, music boxes, flags of the different countries are building a landscape composed of the historical borderline realities”.
Visual artist, 1964, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain.
Pedro Déniz is experimenting across different media: installations, photography, video, cultivating the art of action or performance-art and visual poetry. Déniz started his career in the 90s and is nowadays a well known artist on the Canary Islands. His projects were presented at several Bienniales and festivals: Welcome, in the African Photography Biennial of Bamako, 5th edition (Mali, 2003); III Lanzarote Biennial (Art, landscape and tourism) with the Back-garden project. (Spain, 2005); Dakar Biennial (Senegal, 2006); XIII International Festival of Digital Arts and Cultures of Gran Canaria, Canariasmediafest, (Spain, 2008); 10th Biennial of Havana (Cuba, 2009).
His works are in public collections such as the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (ULPGC), Spain. Atlantic Center of Modern Art (CAAM). Las Palmas de G.C. Spain. Space C, Camargo, Santander, Spain. Fundación MAPFRE GUANARTEME Collection, Canary Islands, Spain. Moleskine Foundation Collection, Milan, Italy.
Many thanks to Adela Picón for the support and help with organization!
a group video-sketch
to watch through the window of the art space Dreiviertel
May 22 – May 31, 2020
One of the significant qualities of our little art space Dreiviertel in Bern is the big window. This window provides an access to the outside world and connecting global and local.
Since the beginning of the last year we have showed projects with artists and curators from Croatia, Turkey, Honduras, Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Kyrgyzstan, Egypt, France, Switzerland and Russia. We try to keep the intercultural bridge afloat in contributing to the diversity of the Bernese art scene. Although the current exhibition with spanish artist Pedro Déniz from the Canary Islands had to be postponed, we will use this window to give a voice to the artists from different parts of the world whom we were honored to collaborate with until now and hoping for more projects in the very near future.
Slowly we are returning to the analog world and inviting you to have a look through our window or right here:
(Republic of Adygea, Northern Caucasus, Russia)
and art students:
plus video-diary from