Emir Gomez Farah. Buenos Aires, Argentina 1990. He is an Architect from the University of Belgrano (2018) and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Artistic Production and Research at the University of Barcelona.
As an architect, he works on the development of spatialities, atmospheres of absence and the development of a language of idolized technologies. He expresses himself in chiaroscuro dystopias, that a through irony they make us reflect on our existence and our beliefs, using Mainly installation and painting.
His individual presentations took place in Argentina: “Golden Calf” at the Centro de Film Research C.I.C. (2020) and “Measured Freedom” in the Ministry of Finance of the Nation (2019). He also participated in collective exhibitions in Argentina: Central Newbery Gallery, Museum of Contemporary Art of the South, Another Fair #5 next to the Laura Haber Gallery and the FNA Fund National Museum of the Arts in the National House of the Bicentennial. Outside: Salon des Beaux Arts of the Société Nationale des Beaux Arts in Paris, France and at Mana Contemporary organized by Saatchi Art in Chicago, USA