Amaia Marzabal

Amaia Marzabal’s work inquires into the role of female artists along history, which is often regarded for its functional creation process, without being delineated as art or craft. Many of these works have helped at the same time to redefine and re-contextualize new ways of creating, and generating new narratives, concepts, in spite of being out of the circles of the world art. Marzabal’s project is at once motivated by a desire to recover craft as a means of creation, not just of femininity, and an investigation of Basque craft and identity in a global frame.

NARS Foundation, Brooklyn NY

Upcoming events 2022

6/6 Live Painting Show, The Edge, NYC

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You write that your practice is “concerned with human relationships, social rules, emotions and [your] own personal development”. What influences in particular drove you towards exploring those themes?

As I grew up during the 80’s and 90’s, I never had access to an emotional education like most of us. Going through my child and teenagehood was a difficult time for me, where I didn’t understand much of myself or my own emotions. I always felt very disconnected at school, and from all these old education models that made me feel trapped in a box. Observing all of that when growing up made me think how important it is for kids to have a sense of belonging to a meaningful group and a healthy reference they can mirror. […]

GROUNDED Art Exhibition Explores Thresholds Of Imbalance And Sensibility

The opening event will take place on May 13, 2021, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and will follow all COVID-19 CDC guidelines.

RE:ARTISTE International Art Organization and The Espejo Organization for the Arts will present “GROUNDED,” an art exhibition juried by award-winning visual artist Mensur Bojda that will be hosted at the SLEEPCENTER Gallery from May 10th to May 20, 2021.

“The word ‘grounded’ means ‘well-balanced’ and […]