Bea Bonafini exhibits in Berlin and Mexico City

Bea Bonafini exhibits in Berlin and Mexico City

Bea Bonafini (Abbey Scholar in Painting 2020–21) is showing work in both Berlin and Mexico City.

Currently open, until 27/03/22: Ghosts for a Post-Modern Tale, featured in a series of independent exhibitions produced by LAAA (Laboratorio de Arte, Arquitectura y Arqueología).

Opening 10/02/22: A Monstrous Fruit at Setareh Berlin.

A Monstrous Fruit is Bea Bonafini’s first solo show in Germany.
New interdisciplinary techniques are developed to achieve a labyrinthine body of new work, embracing engraved paintings on cork, hand-tufted tapestries and pastel drawings. The succulent imagery that emerges takes the viewer on a winding path into the familiar and the uncharted. At times articulated with anatomical precision and others with explosive emotional charge, A Monstrous Fruit is the result of the artist’s reflection on physical and mental confinement during a time of collective grief and reinvention, building on ideas first explored and imagined during her residency at the BSR.

Left: Ghosts for a Post-Modern Tale, installation shot

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