Dominican Swedish American painter Tania Marmolejo and Volery Gallery have collaborated with ArtPort for her latest limited edition screenprint entitled “Owning my Symbols”. The artwork is a part of Marmolejo’s recent exhibition at Volery Gallery, Dubai — Master and Commander which is dedicated to the bravery of Iranian women in their fight to break the old constraints that have trapped them in a particular place and cultural time.
The giclee + screenprint comes in an edition of 45 and measures 61 x 72 cm.
Influenced by her Scandinavian and Caribbean heritage, Tania Marmolejo explores gender and identity issues. Her paintings juxtapose the intimate and personal with the monumental, creating large-scale paintings of ambiguous female facial expressions.
Born in 1975, Santo Domingo, Marmolejo currently lives and works in New York.
Owning my Symbols will be available on 29 December 2022, Thursday.
7PM HK Time (7AM NYC, 4AM LA, 9PM Melbourne, 12PM UK, 8PM Tokyo) at ArtPort website.
ArtPort is a publishing house established in 2020. ArtPort supplies limited high-quality editions and prints by artists from the new contemporary art wave. Created around the theme of travelling, ArtPort aims to have people on board, offering them a journey through the art world and an easy way to bring it to their homes. Each edition is a unique and exclusive collaboration between ArtPort and leading contemporary artists.