Adriana Espinosa Calle

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“The creation of my work revolves around memory and identity,” Adriana Espinosa Calle says, pointing to the facts, protagonists, and physical spaces—be they personal or historical—that form a unique life. Espinosa Calle is interested in the traces left behind, particularly those of people in American continents , from the petroglyph to the bar code. Her mixed-media drawings combine travel documents with portraiture, watercolors, and scattered symbols. Ultimately, she would like her drawings to inspire reflection on the importance of origin in the construction of identity. Adriana Espinosa Calle lives in Chia, Colombia, and works in Bogotá.

Featured Artworks
Passport
Identity Card 2
Identity Card
Civil Register
Copyright

Adriana Espinosa Calle

Passport

Pen,watercolor,colored pencil on Paper
12" x 9.4"

“The creation of my work revolves around memory and identity,” Adriana Espinosa Calle says, pointing to the facts, protagonists, and physical spaces—be they personal or historical—that form a unique life. Espinosa Calle is interested in the traces left behind, particularly those of people in American continents , from the petroglyph to the bar code. Her mixed-media drawings combine travel documents with portraiture, watercolors, and scattered symbols. Ultimately, she would like her drawings to inspire reflection on the importance of origin in the construction of identity. Adriana Espinosa Calle lives in Chia, Colombia, and works in Bogotá.

Passport

Pen,watercolor,colored pencil on Paper
12" x 9.4"

Identity Card 2

pen,graphite,watercolor on Paper
6.3" x 6.3"

Identity Card

pen,graphite,watercolor on Paper
11" x 14.9"

Civil Register

pen,graphite,watercolor on Paper
7.8" x 16"

Copyright

Pen, graphite, watercolor on Paper
22.8" x 18.8"

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View Adriana Espinosa Calle's Past Exhibitions

The Infinity of Thoughts
50" x 50" - Acrylic on Canvas