Otto Apuy works coming to Guanacaste
From the print edition
“Focus” is a selection of works from different periods of Otto Apuy’s career and includes paintings, works on paper, objects, videos and installation effects.
For this Guanacaste exhibition, Apuy has also created an instillantion displayed in the garden called “Territorial Unit.” It’s composed of bull horns and other natural elements recalling the territorial unity of Guanacaste with an aesthetic and historical focus.
The exhibit opens April 21 at 4 p.m. and runs through May 25 at Hidden Garden Art Gallery, five kilometers west of the Daniel Oduber International Airport.
The works of Apuy will also be displayed at the airport. For more info call 8386-6872 or visit www.hiddengarden.thevanstonegroup.com.
Photo Courtesy of Hidden Garden Art Gallery
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