Booth 9B17
6 – 10 March 2024

ChertLüdde is pleased to return to ARCOmadrid this year with an extensive presentation of works on canvas and welcomed interruptions with sculpture. 

Comparing different approaches to the medium of painting, a central piece of the booth is Sol Calero’s Amazonas (2017), a large-format painting that carries through it similar themes explored in the artist’s upcoming presentation at the 60th Venice Biennale, curated by Adriano Pedrosa, and her solo exhibition at Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo, Móstoles. 

Stephanie Comilang, whose exhibition at TBA21 in Madrid will open during the fair and alludes to the second chapter debuting later at Sharjah Biennial 16, United Arab Emirates, will offer sculptural pauses with her PLA filament spirit houses and her mixed media tapestry made in collaboration with Simon Speiser. 

Petrit Halilaj & Àlvaro Urbano‘s instrumental metal sculptures bring back memories of another collaboration with TBA21, exhibited during the duo’s acclaimed exhibition at Ocean Space in Venice in 2023. Their action paintings, created by their animalistic alter egos, continue the booth’s interest in new ways of approaching painting, which is also highlighted in the figurative realism of Patrizio di Massimo‘s oil paintings and the abstract visceral compositions of Tyra Tingleff. 

Alongside the gallery’s booth, ChertLüdde and Madragoa will also be presenting El Espejo, a project by Rodrigo Hernández originally commissioned by Museo de Arte Moderno de Medellín and Museo Jumex in 2022.

Installation views by Andrea Rossetti
Repros by Marjorie Brunet Plaza