Killka Gallery, opened in 2006, is a space destined to the exhibit and sale of work of renowned local artists, national and foreign. Its schedule consist of four annual exhibits, one per season.
12/12/2015 - 31/03/2016
Bodegas Salentein introduces “Paisajes del vino” (“Wine landscapes”), an exhibit of the famous visual artists Sara Matthews, Cristina Hobbs and Mema Hanon. It will be held from December 12th to March 31st 2016 in the Killka Gallery-Salentein Space, and will have Anabel Simionato as curator and Agustina Romero and Mariano García in charge of the museography work.
It consists of an art exhibit in which the artists display their productions related to the wine world and its landscapes. Said exhibit is a celebration, a tribute to the appealing wine cosmos and the horizons that surround it. They are three perspectives, three approaches, three proposals that capture the deep connections of each artist with the land and its most emblematic and distinguished drink.
“Paisajes del vino” will be open from Tuesday to Sunday, and Mondays that are holidays, from 10 to 18 hs in Killka-Salentein Space (Route 89, Km 14, Los Árboles, Tunuyán, Mendoza).
For booking and questions, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org or 02622-429523/27
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
The artist covers the wine-making regions of the world, photographing vineyards, bodegas, wine growers and wine communities. She lives in Brooklyn (New York), but her work includes assignments across the USA, Chile, France, Italy, Argentina, and any part of the world where wine is made.
With her husband, Thomas Matthews, important figure of the wine world, they share the passion for wine-making. Since her book Una ciudad en los viñedos (A city in the vineyards), published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux in 1993, she has completed seven books, among them: Mendoza, nuestro terruño (Mendoza, our land), Chile: El arte del vino (Chile: the art of wine); Washington: El estado del vino (Washington: the wine state) and El Carmenare. Vinos de Chile (El Carmenare. Chilean wines). She has exhibited her work internationally in countries such as the USA, Argentina, Chile and France.
Born in 1984 in Hanover, Germany, Cristina Hobbs is an artist that lives today in Sebastopol, California. In 2011, she got her degree in Fine Artes-Painting from the California College of the Arts. Hobbs divides her time between the wine-making regions of northern California and Argentina.
Her parents were born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Along with her husband, Paul Hobbs, renowned enologist and advisor of various bodegas from the USA, Europe and South America, Cristina visited Bodegas Salentein in 2008 and fell in love with its magnificent landscape. Then, she worked along with Sara Matthews, which allowed her to acquire a deeper vision of Argentina and its culture and, later, express it through her individual works.
She was born in San Rafael, Mendoza, in 1963. She is a self-taught artist and versatile maker. Her curiosity has led her to different artistic disciplines such as ceramics, and clay and oil painting. In this way, her creative impulse, fed by her own world, improves through the noble vines..
ABOUT KILLKA-SALENTEIN SPACE
Killka-Salentein Space is Bodegas Salentein’s meeting place for art, nature, wine and excellent cuisine. Its art space has an important collection of Argentinian and Dutch art of the 19th and 20th centuries. Its art gallery hosts three annual exhibits of renowned national and foreign artists.
In the year 2008, Killka was awarded with the prize Oro Mundial (World Gold), in the category Art and Culture, in the contest “Best of” of the Great Wine Capitals.