Montréal, arts interculturels.
This one-night-only show brings together four painters from Iran, Mexico, South Africa and Canada. This geographical diversity makes for a dynamic and varied group exhibition, where a range of influences and cultures come into play. From the psychological intrigues of Naghmeh Sharifi's work, the iconographical deconstructions in Ruben Carrassco's animal paintings or notions of the sublime in Katrine Claassens'art, the exhibition offers a viewpoint into human connections with each other and our world.
5 WOLVES NO PIGS exhibition give birth to the project of the art collective .
Artists Clio Honing and Ruben Carrasco put toghether this group show of international contemporary artists based in Montreal: Jason Botkin, Pierrick Paradis and Niko Mathiew
At the Institute of Mexico in Belize 5 WOLVES NO PIGS opened an exhibition titled “Aequitas.” Hailing from Cancun, Mexico, have showcased across the world and been painting together and separately for some time.
Each artist explores the relationship between their personal lives and their relation to the outside world, whether as abstract human nudes or mermaid foxes or some other unusual combinations.
INSTITUTE OF MEXICO IN BELIZE
This project was supported by The Embassy of Mexico in Belize and Lonas Tendal.
The exhibition is being held the project space of the artists' collective 5WOLVESNOPIGS in Montreal.
SOÑANDO POR HOLBOX
SOÑANDO POR HOLBOX
The original project "Soñando por Holbox" was created by local entrepreneur Daniel Trigo. It's original project gave rise to two art festivals on the island produced by different guests groups like Crad, Grupo Toldesa and 5 Wolves No Pigs among others since 2013. For the 2015 edition of the festival, Daniel Trigo invited for the second time international artists´ collective "5 Wolves No Pigs" to organize the Internatiional Public Art Festival.