Beatrice Simoncini Amado (Città di Castello, 1996). Beatrice is a Fine Art student at Universidad de Barcelona, whose artistic work is expressed mainly through painting. Her proposed work not only aims to achieve an aesthetic means, but also constantly tries to give a deeper insight on the influence of a given environment on the creative process. In this way, she takes a questioning and critical stance in relation to one's own existence. In understanding her work as transitional, Beatrice explores concepts such as identity, multiplicity and interrelationships - an experimental means of expression which carries a will to express the ties (visible and imperceptible) which bind us together (always and forever).
Tuesday- Friday 11h-15.30h, and Saturday 12h-16h or by appointment
Tangent Projects is an initiative created to work with emerging or mid-career, national and international artists in exhibitions and receptive projects.
Desiring to add multiplicity to today's art archetype, Tangent Projects strives to display exemplary works on a variety of different media and platforms, including books, exhibitions, presentations, and online commissions. Our intention is to invite artists to explore "tangents" or diversions within their practice.
By offering the opportunity for digressions, ideas and processes that could normally have been discarded in favor of the main discourse to be followed, they will have the potential to come to a conclusion. Without a commercial bias and with encouraged experimentation, Tangente Projects proposes the possibility for artists to develop deviations within their artistic dialogue.
Tangent Projects was originally founded by Tsering Frykman-Glen and Laura Tammen in November 2015. In early 2019, Tangent Projects became a cultural association under Tsering's direction.