La Estación Gallery | Art Santa Fe 2019
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Art Santa Fe 2019

For nearly two decades, Art Santa Fe has been a driving force behind Santa Fe’s vibrant contemporary art scene. The show will be the culminating event to the inaugural Santa Fe Art Week celebration. With a focus on building platforms, gaining knowledge, growing audiences, and supporting artistic innovation, it’s the perfect theme to tie together these two art-focused Santa Fe events. Join us July 18–21, 2019.


La Estacion Gallery will participate for the first time presenting works from Mexican artist Maria José Seañez.  We will be located at booth 517.

Born in 1975 in Chihuahua, México, María Jose lives and works in Barcelona, Spain. She studied architecture at the ISAD Institute (México) and visual art ar the Studio fo the artist and professor Gilberto Aceves Navarro. Has a degree in visual arts and art history by the School of fine arts in Guanajuato (México) and a master degree in artistic research and production by the university of Barcelona (Spain).

Having several publications in México and Spain not only for her illustrations but also as a poem writer, editor and author.

She has exhibited in México, Spain, Japan and the United States since 2003


“In recent years my work has been to find the solutions, methods or artistic modes of an idea generated by a series of my past.

I Am developing a single work that never ends and from each painting, each series is unleashed an enigma to solve. The exhibitions are the result that re-opens new tracks for a new series. Always in my paintings and collages I seek to combine a vocabulary established between abstraction and figuration, mixing vegetable and organic structures with more abstract patterns.

I try to transmit in them, the mix that I aspire and I live. My images are born of my passion to combine, gather, unite, stir, agitate, tangle, textures and semi-human figures within spaces or sea-terrestrial landscapes.”

María José Seañez