SALVATOR ROSA IS A COMMERCIAL GALLERY
ITS LOCATION IS UNKNOWN TO THE PUBLIC
IT IS INSIDE AN ABANDONED WAREHOUSE
WE HAVE OCCUPIED IT WITH A CUBE
CONSTRUCTED WITH WOOD PALLETS
DRYWALL AND SHEATH
A CONCRETE OVERPASS
ITS LOFTY CEILING
WE ARE RE-THINKING DISTRIBUTION
we then said:
we’ve been working silently over the last six months building salvator rosa and producing several projects. we have gathered together, put the shows up, contemplated the art works and we have dialogued between each other, as we have left the works dialogue between them as well.
all this with doors closed and unnoticed.
for now, we do not care for wider publics, but in an intimate dialogue, in a one-on-one exchange.
nonetheless, we want to share this with you.
in the meantime we will continue producing new projects and updating you, and hopefully one day hosting you to share this experience.
8 June, 2019
salvator rosa begun several years ago (2013) without knowing its name was salvator rosa
a conversation between artists talking about a gallery without a gallerist
after-one-another (the nacheinander)
as Dedalus’ fixation
a gallery with an equal distribution of surplus among artists
where production-consumption-distribution are held tight together
doing what it has to do
under the moonlight
that’s all we’ve said
el nacheinander (2013): the beginning of a conversation of a gallery without gallerist between Zbyněk Baladrán, Jiří Kovanda, Juan Pablo Macías, Pedro G. Romero and others
letto(2016): irruption into the abandoned warehouse / the context of salvator rosa