An Exhibition Showcasing Emerging Artists in Medellín
An exhibition of 19 emerging artists is currently taking place in five different spaces across the metropolitan area of Medellín, from Bello to Sabaneta. This event, known as the Young Art Biennial of Comfenalco Antioquia, offers a unique opportunity to explore the works of talented young artists.
Discover the Rebel Phenomenon
If you’re interested in understanding and discussing the Rebel phenomenon (RBD), this exhibition provides a platform for engaging conversations and insights.
This exhibition features a total of 30 captivating artworks and will be open for public viewing until November 13.
A Celebration of Young Art
The Young Art Biennial (BAJ) originated from an art competition organized by the compensation fund 19 years ago. Since then, it has grown into a prestigious event that showcases the talent and creativity of emerging artists.
Out of the 173 artists who participated in this edition’s call for submissions, 19 were selected to exhibit their works. These 30 artworks will be simultaneously displayed at the following locations:
- The Exhibition Hall of the Club Comfenalco La Playa.
- The Comfenalco Castilla Public Library.
- The Belén Library Park.
- The Barquereña House of Culture of Sabaneta.
- The Bello Chamber of Commerce.
María Rosa Machado, the head of the Department of Culture at Comfenalco Antioquia, explains, “The diverse range of artistic proposals allows us to experience a captivating exhibition filled with contrasts. It takes us on a journey through the metropolitan area, from Bello to Sabaneta, through the medium of art.”
Inspiration Through Art
Explore the power of inspiration through your brand by attending a thought-provoking talk at the exhibition.
Among the showcased artworks, you will find a variety of two-dimensional images created using different techniques, including performance paintings, acrylics on canvas, oil on canvas, drawings on paper, prefabricated concrete blocks pigmented with iron oxide, embroidery on fabric, photography, videos, interactive multimedia, graphite and watercolor charcoal drawing, sound sculpture, ceramics, illustrations, and digital collages.