“Forat” by Adriá Izaguirre

Adrià (1985) studied both graphic design and sculpture. After working for some years as an art director in Barcelona for adventising agencies, he moved to Berlin where he focused his attention in illustration and tattooing. His mix of disciplines can be found in the pursuit of balance between simple lines and volumes filled with textures, trademark of his work, which displays an interesting two-sided influence flavored with some recognizable elements of Surrealism and Medieval religious Art. At the Gat Point Charlie from February to April 2015.

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“Natural History” and “Fake Diry” selection – Sergio Frutos

Sergio Frutos’ production moves somewhere in between the figurative and the abstrac and the exhibition at the Gat Point Charlie Hotel is a very good example. A selection of his “Natural History” and “Fake Diary” series can be seen on the walls of our Room Room while a wonderful miscellany of his “Interference Paterns” can be enjoyed at our breakfast area. From the 26th of November 2014 to the 26th of January 2015.

 

 

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