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 Private Collection - Zurich, Switzerland

Private Collection - Zurich, Switzerland

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 SOACHA: PORTRAITS of colombians displaced by violence    September 2013 Project + Exhibition   LIA Lab, Bogotá, Colombia     This series is the result of an exhibition proposal by Meghan Keane, envisioning the possibility of painting individuals who are under-represented in paint.    This vision was realized by collaborative support between non-profit exhibition space LIA Lab, Bogotá; Fundación Colombia Nuevos Horizontes, Soacha, on the outskirts of Bogotá; and meghan.keane.studio, Brooklyn.  It was also made possible by the generous support and collaboration of individuals: Rodrigo Facundo (LIA LAB Director) Sebastian Ramirez (Princeton University) Marino Rivera (FCNH Director) Leah Golubchick (American Museum of Natural History) Ana Acosta (Brooklyn College) Robert Rosales (Art Handling) Laura Moretti (Photography) and most gratefully to all FCNH friends   50% of each painting sale, after transaction fees, is paid as a commission to the Foundation for use of their space and to help sustain their important work with the displaced population in Soacha.          Photos used with permission.   

SOACHA: PORTRAITS
of colombians displaced by violence

September 2013
Project + Exhibition

LIA Lab, Bogotá, Colombia

This series is the result of an exhibition proposal by Meghan Keane,
envisioning the possibility of painting individuals who are under-represented in paint.  

This vision was realized by collaborative support between non-profit exhibition space LIA Lab, Bogotá; Fundación Colombia Nuevos Horizontes, Soacha, on the outskirts of Bogotá; and meghan.keane.studio, Brooklyn.

It was also made possible by the generous support and collaboration of individuals:
Rodrigo Facundo (LIA LAB Director)
Sebastian Ramirez (Princeton University)
Marino Rivera (FCNH Director)
Leah Golubchick (American Museum of Natural History)
Ana Acosta (Brooklyn College)
Robert Rosales (Art Handling)
Laura Moretti (Photography)
and most gratefully to all FCNH friends

50% of each painting sale, after transaction fees, is paid as a commission to the Foundation for use of their space and to help sustain their important work with the displaced population in Soacha.

 

 

Photos used with permission.

 

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Private Collection - Zurich, Switzerland

SOACHA: PORTRAITS
of colombians displaced by violence

September 2013
Project + Exhibition

LIA Lab, Bogotá, Colombia

This series is the result of an exhibition proposal by Meghan Keane,
envisioning the possibility of painting individuals who are under-represented in paint.  

This vision was realized by collaborative support between non-profit exhibition space LIA Lab, Bogotá; Fundación Colombia Nuevos Horizontes, Soacha, on the outskirts of Bogotá; and meghan.keane.studio, Brooklyn.

It was also made possible by the generous support and collaboration of individuals:
Rodrigo Facundo (LIA LAB Director)
Sebastian Ramirez (Princeton University)
Marino Rivera (FCNH Director)
Leah Golubchick (American Museum of Natural History)
Ana Acosta (Brooklyn College)
Robert Rosales (Art Handling)
Laura Moretti (Photography)
and most gratefully to all FCNH friends

50% of each painting sale, after transaction fees, is paid as a commission to the Foundation for use of their space and to help sustain their important work with the displaced population in Soacha.

 

 

Photos used with permission.

 

2013-09-04 15.08.13-2.jpg
2013-09-07 14.35.07.jpg
P1030798.JPG
2013.09_web_tresmoscoteros.jpg
P1030298.JPG
  Available
P1030608.JPG
P1030852.JPG
P1030864.JPG
P1030982.JPG
  Available
P1030903.JPG
P1030939.JPG
  Available
P1030403.JPG
P1030477.JPG
 Private Collection - Zurich, Switzerland
P1030881.JPG
  Available
P1030997.JPG
P1040001.JPG
2013.09_web_marino.jpg
P1030955.JPG
  Available
P1030516.JPG
  Available
1186334_729111747105731_1631299544_n.jpg
553582_729112470438992_1140418701_n.jpg
1238781_729112503772322_1346034694_n.jpg
1230040_730420650308174_722535906_n.jpg
2013_SoachaOpening_withkids_v.LM.jpg
1186338_730419686974937_1928367333_n.jpg
1234347_730420556974850_1204145176_n.jpg
933990_730420916974814_421206755_n.jpg
531908_730419723641600_191246934_n.jpg
_DSC4285 copy 2.jpg
 SOACHA: PORTRAITS of colombians displaced by violence    September 2013 Project + Exhibition   LIA Lab, Bogotá, Colombia     This series is the result of an exhibition proposal by Meghan Keane, envisioning the possibility of painting individuals who are under-represented in paint.    This vision was realized by collaborative support between non-profit exhibition space LIA Lab, Bogotá; Fundación Colombia Nuevos Horizontes, Soacha, on the outskirts of Bogotá; and meghan.keane.studio, Brooklyn.  It was also made possible by the generous support and collaboration of individuals: Rodrigo Facundo (LIA LAB Director) Sebastian Ramirez (Princeton University) Marino Rivera (FCNH Director) Leah Golubchick (American Museum of Natural History) Ana Acosta (Brooklyn College) Robert Rosales (Art Handling) Laura Moretti (Photography) and most gratefully to all FCNH friends   50% of each painting sale, after transaction fees, is paid as a commission to the Foundation for use of their space and to help sustain their important work with the displaced population in Soacha.          Photos used with permission.   
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