Cinta Vidal was interviewed for the December 2016 issue of Juxtapoz magazine discussing her love of gravity and the details of her creative process. The issue is on newsstands now and the interview can be viewed on Juxtapoz.com.
Cinta Vidal‘s gravity defying work has been capturing the attention of the art world. She’s executed murals around the world from Long Beach to Tokyo, and her topsy-turvy pieces continue to be in demand. We’re excited to be showing new pieces from Cinta Vidal at Scope Miami this week, and for those interested in seeing new work from Vidal make sure to sign up for our mailing list to receive the preview.
How do you manage the accelerated pace of the demand for your work?
I am very happy to see that many people like what I do. I receive many proposals and I would like to accept all of them but I can’t. I am learning to manage this. It is not easy to say no, but I have to say it often. Sometimes it is frustrating, because I am forced to reject really interesting proposals. But I can’t complain. I paint what I really want to paint and I am able to earn a living with that. I know I am very fortunate. – Cinta Vidal in Juxtapoz
This Work recently published an interview with artist Cinta Vidal, who had a successful solo exhibition at Thinkspace Gallery back in July. View ‘This Works’ interview on their website and check out our own interview with Cinta Vidal discussing her exhibition Gravities.
Some years ago I started playing with gravity in order to represent the different points of view we all have from the world. We often live close to each other but have a very different perception from our environment. This is what I try to represent when I play with gravity. – Cinta Vidal via This Works interview
View all available work by Cinta Vidal here: http://thinkspacegallery.com/artists/cinta-vidal/
If you’re still not convinced of the epicness that is Cinta Vidal’s neck craning work, then check out this great interview she did with PR0HBTD. Tomorrow, Saturday, August 13th is the last day to view Cinta Vidal’s ‘Gravities’ and Adam Caldwell’s ‘Dark Stage’. To view all available work from the exhibitions please visit the Thinkspace Gallery website. Visit PR0HBTD.com for the full interview with Cinta Vidal.
I think we all live in the same world but inhabit it in different ways. We often share a landscape but see it from different points of view. I am passionate about the idea of being physically close to someone but mentally far. In order to show this idea, I play with the various orientations a painting can have. You will never be able to see all points of view at the same time, so you must choose which one you see upward. I think this also happens in life: All points of view are possible but we eventually choose one. – Cinta Vidal for PR0HBTD
Cinta Vidal ‘Gravities’ Show Pieces:
Adam Caldwell ‘Dark Stages’ Show Pieces:
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