Friday, 16 March 2018


Some unfinished oil paintings, where he is yearning to capture the intensity of nature.
Yugo is the meticulous type. I am personally fond of artists who after them, everything is as before, not like a battle was fought at the studio...Just somebody was working there. 
A shabby extra studio for dirty stuff.

Yugo Kohrogi's site:

He is having now some paintings in an exhibition in Japan organized by Mr. Takahasi, one of Japan's greater art collectors:

Sunday, 11 March 2018


Andrea Rodríguez Vial is an installation-ceramic-sculptor who frequently models animals reflecting about plague, domestication, extinction, animal abuse and anthropocentrism concepts.
She started her residency unusually early this Spring, because, by mid-April, she will go to another one in the Netherlands. She has launched a crowfunding campaign to sponsor her stay at EKWC. If you would like to support her, you can purchase some of her artworks here:
During her stay at Calle Mayor 54, she has been making some clay pieces for an ephemeral outdoor installation. She is interested in geometry in contrast with organic shapes in nature.
Andrea at her studio.