November 28, 2017

Ascaso Gallery, always pioneering yesterday’s and today’s talents, presents next May 20th the most recent works by Venezuelan-American artist Arturo Correa at its spaces in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District.
Searching is a show comprising 24 medium-and-large-format works, revealing Correa’s intense and painstaking labor dedicated to explore the chaos of human nature through painting, in a constant quest to fathom the mysteries...

November 8, 2017

Miami-based Arturo Correa lived his first 24 years in Venezuela where he achieved remarkable success as a young painter. Correa's father was a surgeon and his mother, a psychologist. As a child, he recalled listening to their heated debates. His father argued for the overriding influence of the natural sciences, governed by pragmatic, objective, rational thinking; his mother advocating for the subjective mind, governed by...

Jade DELLINGER:  You titled your 2003 solo exhibition at Art Space Virginia Miller Galleries in Miami "In Search of Significance" and often seem to find deeper meaning in the use or appearance of numbers.  Can you tell me why you chose "Stage 16" as the title for this important exhibition at the Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center, and about your recent painting (included here) that shares the name and number as subject?

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