Johana Unzueta is a Chilean-born, New York artist. Like many Latin American artists, Unzueta follows an interest in architecture and how it informs our lives and work.
Unzueta studied art at the Universidad Católica de Chile in the capital, Santiago. She has exhibited widely throughout the Americas and Europe.
Johanna Unzueta When the wind goes wrong
Johanna Unzueta When the wind goes wrong opens with a reception for the artist at 57W57ARTS in Midtown, Manhattan on Friday, March 9, 2018 from 6 – 8 pm. The exhibition is on view Wednesday – Saturday through April 20.
This is part of several simultaneous solo exhibitions in different rooms in the gallery. When the wind goes wrong is in the gallery’s waiting room.
Unzueta plays with the idea that a waiting room is a transitory space. She considers the way that sitting in a waiting room encourages a state of “non-thinking.” In the background of empty thought, memories surface.
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