99¢ Plus Gallery Presents "To Several Futures (Not To All)", a Solo Exhibition of Works by Diana Lozano.
“...for we loved each other in a sort of dialectic of magnet and iron filings, attack and defense, handball and wall”
I have a photograph of you. You are looking in the mirror and your reflection looks at the light of the camera’s flash. I have a photograph of this moment- heavy blocks of shattered concrete pierced the surface of the image, claiming their identity- material chunks of the undeniably real.
The photographs exist as an evidence, the paintings as a document, the objects as anchors. The image exists as a photograph, an extricated gesture, a formable platform:
a rug, a placemat.
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Diana Sofia Lozano is a sculptor and photographer based in Brooklyn, NY. She was born in 1992 in Cali, Colombia. She received her BFA in 2013 from the former Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. In 2011 she was invited as a visiting student to the Universitat de Barcelona, Spain. In 2013 she was awarded the Summer Residency/Fellowship to the Ox-Bow School of Art in Saugatuck, Michigan. Most recent exhibitions include "Space, Power, Lighting" at La Mama Galleria, NYC; "They Killed Tragedy" at 41 Cooper Sq, NYC; "Heaven's Been Better", Saugatuck MI; participation in "100 New York Artists" a group exhibition in Casa Prado, Barranquilla Colombia and Splatterpool Gallery in Brooklyn; and a two person collaborative project "How Do I Make the JPEGS Smaller" at AMO studios NYC.