Tiempo Fragmentado: The Work of Loreto Greve
November 11 – 23, 2016
Loreto Greve, Cleveland Print Room’s Artist in Residence from Chile, here as part of the Cleveland Foundation’s Creative Fusion initiative, will be presenting the work she has produced during her time here in Cleveland. “Tiempo Fragmentado” is about pieces, fractions and moments in the time. Some of the work is captured with a camera, as they are photographs, but also Greve expresses herself capturing “time” by drawing over paper, doing fast movements with black ink. These abstract drawings represent the fast action of the light over the paper.
Combining drawing and photographs together she creates an interesting contrast, expressing the true and real action of the light photons over the photographic paper.
CPR will also be presenting work from Walton & Scranton school, where Loreto has been working with students in preparation for their work being put on display in our gallery as part of a CAC/MetroHealth Transformations Grant.
Loreto will be discussing her work in Tiempo Fragmentado in a Gallery Talk on Saturday, November 12 at 1pm – this event is FREE and open to the public.