Ana de Alvear | Memento Mori 21may-28sep2015 Museo Lázaro Galdiano,Madrid,Spain
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Memento Mori 21may-28sep2015 Museo Lázaro Galdiano,Madrid,Spain

Still life of the two Hares 2014Drawing 98'5x68'5cm ©Ana de Alvear

Still life of the two Hares 2014Drawing 98’5×68’5cm ©Ana de Alvear


Still life of the Salmon 2014Drawing 48'5x98'5cm ©Ana de Alvear

Still life of the Salmon 2014Drawing 48’5×98’5cm ©Ana de Alvear


Still life of the cupcakes 2014 Drawing 59'5x98'5cm ©Ana de Alvear

Still life of the cupcakes 2014 Drawing 59’5×98’5cm ©Ana de Alvear


Still life of the three fishes 2014 Drawing 49'5x98'5cm ©Ana de Alvear

Still life of the three fishes 2014 Drawing 49’5×98’5cm ©Ana de Alvear


Still life of the Ribeye 2014Drawing 52x98'5cm ©Ana de Alvear

Still life of the Ribeye 2014Drawing 52×98’5cm ©Ana de Alvear


Still life f the Liqueur 2014Drawing 53x98'5cm©Ana de Alvear

Still life f the Liqueur 2014Drawing 53×98’5cm©Ana de Alvear


Still live of the pheasant 2014Drawing 63x98'5cm ©Ana de Alvear

Still live of the pheasant 2014Drawing 63×98’5cm ©Ana de Alvear


Still life of the night tea 2014 Drawing 55,5x98,5cm ©Ana de Alvear

Still life of the night tea 2014 Drawing 55,5×98,5cm ©Ana de Alvear


Still life of the wasps 2014Drawing 62x98'5cm©Ana de Alvear

Still life of the wasps 2014Drawing 62×98’5cm©Ana de Alvear


Still life of the Tea 2014Drawing 55,5x98,5cm ©Ana de Alvear

Still life of the Tea 2014Drawing 55,5×98,5cm ©Ana de Alvear


Still life of the green beetle 2014 Drawing 86'5x69cm ©Ana de Alvear

Still life of the green beetle 2014 Drawing 86’5x69cm ©Ana de Alvear


Romantic Still life 2014Drawing 98,5x65,5cm ©Ana de Alvear

Romantic Still life 2014Drawing 98,5×65,5cm ©Ana de Alvear


Date

May 21, 2015

Tags
Drawing exhibition
About This Project

Memento mori (remember you will die) is an exhibition of drawings which reflects about the perception of reality and its ephemeral nature, recreating with modern techniques still life’s and vanities, a pictorial genre that goes back to antiquity and had its heyday during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
The Photographic Hyperrealism of these drawings, made in 2014, leads us to question between the real and the false, the true and simulated, what we believe to see and what we really see.

Exhibition of 12 drawings at the Museo Lázaro Galdiano, Madrid, Spain from the 21of may till 28 september 2015