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Exhibitions, Semillero (Seedbed)

feticheAFICHE

08.06.16

Eric Javier Markowski is one of the artists selected throueh the SEMILLERO 2016 open call and its series feticheAFICHE was presented at the ´aceNITE titled Another place on June 8th, 2016.

ABOUT feticheAFICHE (by Eric Javier Markowski)

“Afiche” (poster) is taken from the lyrics of the tango Afiches from Homero Exposito and Atilio Stampone (1956), and is linked to the recurrent use of poster as support on which draw or paint. The project combines drawings of observation on word searches sheets and its registration with photography. The poster appears in this case as format and final reference of the images produced. The route, search and movement are put in tension through the concept of fetish understood both its materialistic conception and its magical and ritual sense.

The project has an approximate development of four years, covering the production of drawings, photographs, posters, exhibitions in galleries, universities, spaces of autonomous art and residences, three Days of Intervention of the project’s posters and several actions in the public space.

The drawings on word searches accidentally emerged in the Residency of Contemporary Art organised by Curatoria Forense (Jorge Sepulveda T./Curador independent-Ilze Petroni / Researcher of Contemporary Art) Social Summer Camp III: Animal Farm in Villa Alegre, Chile (2012). There came the first drawings and photographs of the places I traveled through, as I sticked or took posters. These drawings and photographs became since then the main body of the Project.

Posters printed so far have been funded under the Economic Scholarship Research Support, Exchanges and Residences:
– Fellowship SAE de Iniciación en la Investigación 2013 (FBA-UNLP)
– Exchange Scholarship Teaching Program Scale (UFMG) – Economic support the CED in Residence Galvez Inc. and organised by the Pan Gallery

The locations where actions related to the project took place are so far: Chile, Uruguay, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico.

BIO
Eric Javier Markowski
1987 | La Plata, Argentina

EDUCATION
2014 | Exchange scholarships in Brazil, Universidade dos Minas Gerais (UFMG)
2012 | Exchange scholarships in Uruguay with the Institute of Fine Arts (UdelaR)
2010 | Professor of Fine Arts in Painting in the Universidad Nacional de La Plata (UNLP),Faculty of Fine Arts –(FBA)
2010 | Seminar for art work analysis with Luis Felipe Noé
2008 | Exchange scholarships in Uruguay with the Institute of Fine Arts (UdelaR)

EXHIBITIONS
2013 | Urban Costra, State Museum José Mulazzi, Tres Arroyos, Argentina
2013 | The sound of paper breaking, Sede Central de Bellas Artes (Bellas Artes Headquarters), La Plata, Argentina
2012 | The player that I will not be, Cultural Center El Hormiguero, La Plata, Argentina
2012 | The impossible postcard, Hangarnekoe, Santiago de Chile, Chile

RESIDENCIES AND AWARDS
2015 | Selected for the Bienal de Arte Joven -Obra Terminada Argentum I, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2015 | Selected for Contemporary Art Program PAC 2015 / Panal 361, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2015 | Residency in Valparaíso, Chile
2013 | Residency in Morelia, Mexico
2012 | Residency in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
2012 | Residency in Villa Alegre, Chile
2011 | Residency in Contemporary Art, Bogotá, Colombia
2011 | Grant for improvement in the workshop of Hermenegildo Sabat

Proyecto´ace
Artist-in-Residence International Program

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Proyecto´ace
Artist-in-Residence International Program

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