ESTABLISHED in 1988 by Enrique Loewe Lynch, the LOEWE Foundation brings out a significant meaning to the world of art and culture. One of its main focuses is to support various educational programs and protect heritage. Currently run by Sheila Loewe, the cultural foundation presented its third exhibition during Art Basel Miami, entitled Chance Encounters III. This time, LOEWE Foundation introduced us to three talented artists.
Sheila and Enrique Loewe. Photograph: Santiago Esteban
Richard Smith (1931-2016) is considered as one of the most noteworthy artists of his generation. Smith studied at Royal College of Art in London and was awarded the prestigious Harkness Fellowship. He is known from his unique use of shaped canvases.
The Shuttle by Richard Smith
Sara Flynn is an Irish artist who currently lives in Belfast. She has had solo exhibitions at Erskine Hall & Coe, London and at the Millennium Court Arts Centre, Portadown. Her ceramic work with irregular shapes makes the viewers use their imagination and create their own interpretation of each piece.
Faceted Esker Vessel Group by Sara Flynn
Lionel Wendt born in Sri Lanka, studied law and musical training as a concert pianist in Great Britain. He is well-known from using original printing techniques that make his photographs so unique.
Young Man with Fishing Net by Lionel Wendt
Joanthan Anderson says, “Art and craft are always at the center of my creative process and these exhibitions are an exciting way of exploring artists that are important to me. I love the unexpected things that happen when people from completely different worlds are brought together, the antagonism can create something completely new.”
by Karolina Zielinska