Yaima Carrazana Works Bio & Contact
 

 

Cartas de Declaración (Declaration Letter)
Maison d'Artiste
The beach is so pretty: Everyone is at the beach
Diva of Geneva (exhibition view)
Dating a Royal (exhibition view)
The Golden Antelope
Nail polish tutorials (videos 2011)
Nail polish tutorials (performances) 
Nail polish tutorials (videos 2010)
Nail polish tutorials (exhibition views)
RijksakademieOPEN
The last Mikado
Sit and do nothing
Ready-mades
Rosanna / Self-Amazement
Untitled
Someone who doesn't want to be alone
Learning judo with Vladimir Putin
Where I have never been nor will be
Parachute / Paranoia
Decade
Selected Works 2007-2008
Red Videos (series)
Selected Works 2004-2005
 

 

Cordyline mambo
2015
Oil on canvas
60 x 40 cm.

 

Banana
2015
Oil on canvas
60 x 40 cm.

 

Dieffenbachia
2015
Oil on canvas
60 x 40 cm.

 

Papaya
2015
Oil on canvas
60 x 40 cm.

 

Cordyline-rumba
2015
Oil on canvas
60 x 40 cm.

 

Aloe Vera
2015
Oil on canvas
60 x 40 cm.

 

Mango
2015
Oil on canvas
60 x 40 cm.

 

Coconut
2015
Oil on canvas
60 x 40 cm.

 

Exhibition view 1

 

Exhibition view 2

information:

For her second solo show in the Studio Sandra Recio, the Cuban artist Yaima Carrazana presents "Maison d'Artiste" in collaboration with artist Loidys Carnero. They are in dialogue with the work of Piet Mondrian, Theo van Doesburg and the Dutch movement De Stijl, founded in 1917. Using appropriation, the works deal with issues of integration and autonomy. Each work is part of an ongoing investigation into an intimate lifestyle.
For the installation: "De Ligt chair, Heesterveld 28" the artists move to the gallery space in Geneva the kitchen of their studio apartment in Amsterdam, where they live and work, through a life-size photographic reproduction and a chair designed by Gerrit Rietveld. The chair was built by the artists themselves following a "do-it-yourself" tutorial. Through the simple act of placing a reproduction of the "De Ligt chair” they establish a connection between the functional and the specific context.
Another series of paintings in oil on canvas show compositions in red, yellow, blue, black and gray, mixed with elements that are part of their home environment, such as fruits and houseplants.

 

 

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