Inspirada en los textos de “Las ciudades invisibles” de Italo Calvino, es un verdadero alegato anti-consumista premonitorio del devenir. “……. las escamas de su pasado se sueldan en una coraza que no se puede quitar; renovándose cada día, la ciudad se conserva toda a sí misma en la única forma definitiva: la de los desperdicios
”Marcovaldo,” from Italo Calvino, is a series of ecological allegories in the form of urban tales. Psychological insights are held back in favor of a cartoons in which facts and people succeed one another with the geometrical smoothness of movie animation. Marcovaldo, Buenos Aires, Sep 2016. Painting, sgraffito Oil on canvas.
Stop–motion animation project developed in 8 hours during the Venice International Summer Academy of Fine Arts & Media, July 2016 Abstract Painting, Animation, Sound, Script Florencia San Martin Brück Animation, Script Javier Krasuk Figurative Paintings Lorena Wildberger Photography Shooting Pavel Kraus Sculpture Doris Maria Kofler
Chrysanthemums are said to have first come from China although they are more often associated with Japan. According to an ancient Chinese legend, about 3,000 years ago, an emperor was told that the Dragon-fly Island in the Sunrise Sea (Japan) had a magic herb that would restore his youth. But since only youth could collect
Florencia continues her studies in fine arts at the International Summer Academy of Fine Arts and Media | Venice, and participates in the course of Master Painting Class I with professor Wolf Werdigier and Master Class Painting III with teaching professor Lois Renner. The International Summerschool of Fine Arts and Media | Venice is grounded in
“Abyssus Abyssum Invocat” Latin phrase meaning “One misstep leads to another” or, literally, “Hell calls hell.” A warning that the first step in the temptation to go astray from what is right (or morally correct) is difficult to prevent; however, we must always be on guard to strive for what is ethical and honorable.
Voltaire and the Triumph of the Enlightenment. The Triumph, Buenos Aires, 2017. Painting, Oil on canvas. Size: 120 W x 150 H cm. © 2017 Florencia San Martin Brück/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.
The sibyls were women that the ancient Greeks believed were oracles. The earliest sibyls, according to legend, prophesied at holy sites. Their prophecies were influenced by divine inspiration from a deity; originally at Delphi and Pessinos, the deities were chthonic deities. Sibyl, Buenos Aires, summer 2016. Painting, Oil on canvas. Size: 120 W x
Reflexiones sobre la contemporaneidad desde el arte Latinoamericano – Exposición Plástica, Espacio Cultural Donceles 66, Centro Histórico de la Ciudad de México. ….”Reflexiones sobre la contemporaneidad desde el arte latinoamericano, es un proyecto plástico itinerante, que reflexiona desde la narrativa pictórica, sobre el aquí y el ahora del Ser. El horizonte histórico-cultural, que se considera