Juan Dolhare

born 1978, Argentina

Juan Dolhare

Tele-Vision, 2017

oil on canvas

59h x 98w in

 

Juan Dolhare

Land & Escape, 2017

Oil on canvas

78h x 165w in

 

Juan Dolhare

Land / Escape I, 2016

etching

18 64/127h x 24 47/127w in

 

Juan Dolhare

Land / Escape II, 2016

etching

18 64/127h x 24 47/127w in

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Juan Dolhare

Teuthida, 2016

Oil on canvas

32h x 45w in

 

Juan Dolhare

Untitled, 2013

Oil on canvas

33h x 41w in

 

Juan Dolhare

El Presidigitador Alado, 2012

Oil on canvas

58 3/4h x 78 1/2w in

 

Juan Dolhare

Persistencia II, 2011

Oil on canvas

59h x 42w in

 

Juan Dolhare

El Sueño de las Dos Casas y las Dos Mucamas, 2010

Oil on canvas

85h x 59w in

Biography

Biography

In 2005, Argentina native Juan Dolhare became the first-ever graduate of the National University of the Arts (UNA) in Buenos Aires, formerly known as the highly-recognized Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes. He began more broadly exhibiting his work in 2007, and has participated in numerous collective and solo shows in Argentina and the United States. Dolhare is also committed to education, serving as a faculty member of UNA since 2006.  In early 2015, Dolhare was invited by the prestigious Centro Cultural Recoleta in Buenos Aires to have a solo show curated by Rodrigo Alonso, one of Latin America’s most influential curators. He has also received numerous awards and accolades for his work, including a recent third place award in a nationally recognized, juried art show conducted by the Banco Central de la República Argentina.  His works can be found in private collections in Argentina, Spain, Nigeria, Scotland, and the United States.



The line. The incomplete object. The useless mechanism.

Everything can be adrift. Everything can be a question.

I work in a system of suspended images that speculates what lies ahead. My space is an ambiguous one, with a diffused temporality.

I attempt to empty the meaning and abandon the inherent nature of objects; the processes; the experience of the object itself; and the knowledge of it.

I think in a fossil world of objects, without people.


- Juan Dolhare

 

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