Artist Melissa Guevara Collector Edition Jigsaw Puzzle
Born: 1984 Lives in Colombia and work between Colombia and El Salvador.
Title: Front: PARALELISMO 2017 Intervention. Back: I AM STILL ALIVE, 2015
Jigsaw Puzzle Size 12" x 16.5" (310mm×418mm) 1000 Jigsaw Puzzle Pieces, EKSA Premium Board. FSC 100% Recycled Paper.
Double-Sided Traditional Paper Jigsaw Puzzle.
This Collector Edition arrives Pre-Assembled and separated onto 2 cardboard squares according to size. The AXP Collector Editions comes ready to slide together for a complete instant puzzle and/or to be broken down for puzzling fun and/or framing!
Collector Edition of 10 + 2AP
Signature Details: Original Artwork: Front: PARALELISMO 2017, Photo on cotton paper.. Back: I AM STILL ALIVE, 2015.
This project takes the quote of the artist On Kawara, under his same premise of reaffirming and making awareness of life itself and existence. In this case being me means dissemination, having the quote “I am still alive” tattooed on an area of my body anybody around could see.
Credits: Courtesy of the artist
Intervention that transgresses space, freeing the pedestrian and generating a right to shared space. Inviting him free access to the different own dynamics of the center and the iconic buildings of the Historic Center, remembering that these are people from the general population, which is what should have access and the right to transparency and knowledge to generate reflections on our own context and reality. Giving the pedestrian / a person, supplies to rethink their own status as citizens as part of the dynamics of society.
Artist Certificate: Each puzzle comes with an artist certificate.
Biography: Member of The Fire Theory. Recently did a production residency in the Usera neighborhood (Madrid, Spain) where presented the individual exhibition "Uti Possidetis Iuris", Independent Space, Usera (2020), Madrid, Spain. Has also made individual exhibitions "I will not die of all "Luis Poma Theater, San Salvador, El Salvador; besides "Anthropometry", Cultural Center of Spain, San Salvador, El Salvador and "Relationship of Equivalences", Women in the Arts, Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Luis Javier Castro Scholarship 2019, Flora Ars+Natura. Bogotá, Colombia and has participated in the residences project Chichicaste, Panajachel, Guatemala, Campos de Gutiérrez Residences Program in Medellin, Colombia and in Workshop 7 in the same city.
Melissa Guevara participated in residencies in Materia Gris; La Paz, Bolivia; Production residence in Barrio Usera, Madrid; Luis Javier Castro Scholarship 2019, Flora Ars + Natura, Bogotá, Colombia; Chichicaste Residency Program, Panajachel, Guatemala, among others. She has made the individual exhibitions "Uti Possidetis Iuris", Independent Space, Usera (2020), Madrid, Spain. In addition to the exhibitions "I will not die at all" Luis Poma Theater (2017), San Salvador, El Salvador; "Anthropometry, Cultural Center of Spain (2013), San Salvador, El Salvador and" Relationship of Equivalences", Women in the Arts (2012), Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
Guevara has participated in the exhibitions "FISURA/INJERTO", Materia Gris, La Paz, Bolivia; STONE’S THROW, Art of Healing, Art of Resistance. The Anderson, Virginia Commonwealth University. Richmond, USA; Black Mirror. Galleries at Florida Atlantic University. EU, Latino Perspectives # 18. Städtischen Galerie Wolfsburg, Germany; AL DICTADO. Art and conflict in Central America. Museum of Modern Art of Medellín. Medellin Colombia; Re-construction, Cultural Center of Spain. San Salvador, El Salvador; Arte SUR, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France; ICE, Open Source Gallery, New York, United States; "DIOS, UNION, LIBERTAD” Prosjektrom Normanns. Stavenger, Norway and other exhibitions such as "First Day of Good Weather". Sies + Höke Galerie. Düsseldorf, Germany; "From the intangible to the tangible" Experimental Video Screening, Kunstraum Walcheturm, Zurich 2015; TROPICAL INTERZONE. A fictional construction about exotism and tropicalism. Tart Galley, Zürich; Escape techniques. Seven artists in contemporary El Salvador. South American art room. Medellín, Colombia and "Relocating Sal", Marte Contemporáneo, among others.