Commenoz Gallery will show the most recent work of Argentinian artist Eugenio Cuttica, debuting with cocktail reception, which is open to the public, from 6-9 p.m. October 5 at the gallery, 328 Crandon Boulevard, suite 218.

Born in Buenos Aires in 1957, Cuttica also studied architecture, and said the profession is the basis for his work in “The Series,” which, like the prayer, are linked by a conscious repetition which provides the only way to go deep into any subject matter.

In 2015, he had a retrospective exhibition called “La Mirada Interior” (“The Inner Gaze”) at the National Art Museum (Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes) in his native city. It included work from the 1970s to the present time that showed the evolution of his art. 

His paintings, all mixed media on canvas in big formats, can transport the viewer to a place of peace, of tranquility. Almost as if just by standing in front of these works, they communicate something that we have experienced before but cannot explain.

“Luna,” the girl that appears in the paintings, represents femininity in its most pure state. She is usually depicted standing on top of a chair, almost as an apparition, or suspended in time, looking into the distance at all the fields in front of her.

Cuttica has been exhibiting for more than 30 years in galleries, museums, cultural centers, and international art fairs.  His work is based on a strong imprint of synchronicity and connection to what he calls the infinite frequency of no time dimension.

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