ART-GUION XXI GALLERY HAS THE HONOR

 TO PRESENT OUR TRIBUTE TO BELOVED MASTER

EDUARDO MAC ENTYRE

 

   

 

     

EDUARDO MAC ENTYRE

     
     

Biography

     

 

Woman Sitting Landscape of Dock Sud Chess Generative Painting
Temper y Pencil o/ paper Oil on Carton Oil on Carton Oil on canvas
33 x 24 cm. 1953 34 x 45 cm. 1951 35 x 44 cm.1956 150 x 150 cm. 1965
   
Generative Painting Mounting Three Ways from a center Generative Painting (Description of an item) Generative Painting
Wood, Plexiglas, Acrylic Acrylics on canvas Acrylic on plexiglass Acrylics on canvas
150 x 150 cm. 1970 150 x 120 cm. 1968/71 50 x 50 cm. 1973/74 50 x50 cm. 1969/70
   

                     AFRICAN      

 

INSIGHTS           

 
Are varied techniques, styles and forms that have prompted Eduardo Mac Entyre to penetrate the mystery of each piece 

Queen of Ife: Head Bronze depicting a realistic portrait of a queen Ife Empire in southern Nigeria. The lines marking the face represent scarification, tattoos or signs of beauty and range.

Head. Bronze  Ife Queen
Sculpture Oil on Carton
Ife, South of  Nigeria 40 x 31 cm. 1999
       
These masks were carved in remote villages by masters in the art of creating masks sacred ritual, representing animals of all kinds, in this case a buffalo or ram polychrome on white, black and red, the colors of peace, destruction and blood is life.

These masks, used in festive ceremonies belong to the mythological heritage of the ancestors of the BWA of Burkina Faso, who emphasize the dynamic balance between the natural, the natural and on the daily life of society. They are used for agriculture or fertility rites and are modernly known and appreciated for their artistic geometric abstraction.

 
 

 

Masc BWA   Fertility BWA
Upper Volta   Mixed Media
110 x 150 cm. 2001
       
There is a tradition in Africa represent a seated female figure in a seat. You can be alone or with a child in her arms asking the gods for the fertility of the species or a bountiful harvest.

 
 These mothers could be goddesses in many tribes, as in this case of the Bambara of Mali, were considered powerful women with prominent breasts that feed their offspring.
The Primordial Mother  Mambara Maternity
Mambara Acrylic on Canvas
Mambara, Mali 100 x 85 cm. 2000
       

This bronze figure of a Christ dressed in african traditional clothing represents the fusion of Christian art with african animism which started in the XVI century with the presence of the Portuguese.

 

 

 

 

Burkina Faso in Upper Volta contains a variety of ethnic groups that stand out for their rich artistic tradition manifesting itself in terracotta, ivory, bronzes, wooden figures or stone
Christ Christ of Hope
Burkina Faso Acrylic on Canvas
Bronze 112 x 72 cm. 2001
       
Políptico (Transformable) Generative Painting Generative Painting Generative Painting on Bluish Gray
Acrylics on canvas Acrylics on canvas Acrylics on canvas Acrylics on canvas
200 x 200 cm. 1973/75 150 x 150 cm. 1973/75 100 x 100 cm. 1975 150 x 150 cm. 1980
       
Bright Vision Suggestions II Tip dynamic blue Tip dynamic  II
Acrylic on canvas Acrylic on canvas Acrylic on canvas Acrylic on canvas
150 x 150 cm. 1979 130 x 110 cm. 1980 150 x 150 cm. 1980 80 x 110 cm. 2004
       

 

 

PREVIOUS EXHIBITIONS

 

ANTONIO PUJIA

FORNER - BIGATTI

CLORINDO TESTA

TORRES AGUERO - ROSANEZ

EDUARDO MAC ENTYRE

VITO CAMPANELLA

MAESTROS DEL ARTE ARGENTINO

SILKE

DELIA SOLARI

PABLO EDELSTEIN

ADOLFO DE FERRARI

EDUARDO MAC ENTYRE

DELIA SOLARI

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       

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