[…] recently Toronto. This week, she’s directing the Cvtà Street Festival in Molise, Italy—the seventh annual event involves multiple artists previously featured on Colossal like Daku, Cinta Vidal, Icy & Sot, Ememem, and Akut—and you can follow updates on Instagram. Rome Bologna Rome Toronto Rome Paris https://www.thisiscolossal.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/pasquini-1.jpg https://www.thisiscolossal.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/pasquini-4.jpg https://www.thisiscolossal.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/pasquini-5.jpg https://www.thisiscolossal.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/pasquini-6.jpg […]Read More
[…] Whether depicting a floating cluster of stairs and balconies or a living space separated by differing forces of gravity, a new series of paintings by Cinta Vidal (previously) establishes multiple perceptions of reality within a single work. The artist, who lives in the small town of Cardedeu near Barcelona, favors […]Read More
In Hong Kong. All images © Cinta Vidal, shared with permission For Cinta Vidal, everything depends on how you look at it. The Barcelona-based artist is known for her gravity-defying projects that manipulate architecture and household objects to create inverted environments dissimilar to daily life. Like her smaller-scale inverted works, […]Read More
“On Chairs,” Acrylic on wood, 32 x 32 cm Barcelona-based artist Cinta Vidal has previously produced fictionalized architectural paintings that study how individuals with differing perspectives can view and inhabit the same world. Vidal crafts her visual metaphors by placing subjects onto floating islands, presenting each with a different vantage point depending on […]Read More
We are honored to have worked with artist Cinta Vidal on an exclusive release of the print edition of her 2017 painting, Urban Evening, available now in The Colossal Shop. In her latest series of paintings, Catalan artist Cinta Vidal (previously here and here) takes on the vast and complicated topic of […]Read More
“Three cities and a house,” 2015 Barcelona-based Cinta Vidal (previously) produces complex architectural constructions to express how differently individuals can occupy the same world— each inhabitant carving out their own nook, cranny, and path within a similar environment. Her new acrylic on wood panels continue to serve as a metaphor for […]Read More
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