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Tiago Magro: Inevitable Unknown
Thursday, April 8, 5:00 pm
An event every day that begins at 5:00 pm, repeating until Saturday, May 15, 2021
On View April 03 – May 2021
Open for public viewing | no appointment needed | masks required
Opening Reception, Saturday, April 3, from 5 – 10 pm
End to End Gallery is excited to announce our first gallery show at our new location in Downtown Hollywood on 2000 Harrison Street. To kickoff our monthly exhibits open to the public, free of charge, we will feature Inevitable Unknown, a solo exhibition by Tiago Margo, a mixed media artist born in Brazil with a work that exudes 80s and 90s influence while captivating a modern palette and refreshing energy. Through his art he conveys love and passion for life, along with Tiago Magro, we at End to End Gallery have adopted his motto , “I don’t do art I live art” which we hope to bring to the community of Hollywood to inspire others to live their dream. A public reception with social distancing opens the exhibition on Saturday, April 3 from 5pm – 10pm and runs through May 2021.
Inevitable Unknown, features nine new large scale mixed media paintings made by Tiago Magro during this year that saw great change and forced many to adopt, overcome and proceed to the journey of the inevitable unknown. Seeing that it has never been more important than now for a need to surround and immerse ourselves among bright and uplifting art; he has transformed the showroom leaving no white wall unpainted with bright, vivid watercolor based paint and his dynamic brushstroke creating an exuberant space for the backdrop of his featured works made from various materials including stencils, spray paint, epoxies, varnishes and newspapers to convey his love and passion for life. Reminding us all that you can’t live in fear of the inevitable or prepare for the unknown, but rather finding comfort that the inevitable eventually becomes known.
“I love the emotion of being able to relate to each of my pieces and each piece is ultimately a part of me. I want my art to express and reflect who I really am. In most of my work I use mixed media and experiment with different elements along with color but being Brazilian does play a major part in each stroke given, understanding, living, loving and learning from art. It expresses who I am. It’s my soul. My ultimate goal is to inspire, to have individuals want to feel superior about themselves and contribute to having them follow their dreams… I don’t do art I live art.” -Tiago Magro