Franco Fasoli – JAZ in Berlin from BC Gallery on Vimeo.

Franco “Jaz” Fasoli opens his latest solo exhibition “Vinculo” tonight at Berlin’s BC Gallery. Make sure not to miss it, but if you do we will have a full recap online later.


BC Gallery presents “Vinculo”
a solo show by Franco Fasoli – Jaz

After two successful group shows with Argentinian based artist Franco Fasoli – JAZ, BC Gallery continuous the collaboration with a solo show under the title VINCULO. From June 6th to July 26th visitors will be able to experience his paintings which are defined by the tensions of ambivalence. The works are specifically made to be arranged in the gallery space and therefore fill the atmosphere with the spirit of his vision.

As can be derived by the title which refers to the spanish word “vínculo” (= bond) the show deals with connections, contradictions and contrasts full of tension that shall not only be shown through the paintings but also through the gallery space and how it interacts with the art. The ambiguity that serves the characters of Franco Fasoli – JAZ’s work reflects issues of South American society like social confrontations that occur in various contexts. At the same time it also shows a deeper state of the mind that inheres human like identity confrontations that go along with our fears and the permanent combat we have being inevitably connected to them. It is the artist’s concern to distinguish a double faced reality which he demonstrates through his creatures that often appear mirrored or as disguised human fighters that remind of lucha-libre-wrestling and therefore build a connection to his roots. Also in his choice of colors JAZ creates a dark counterpart to his recently exposed work which appeared in a much brighter color range. The paintings, which are specifically made for the space, will be arranged in the gallery to underline the artist’s vision of ambiguity and create a tension of confrontation between the upper and lower floor.

Opening Reception:
Friday, June 6th, 6pm
Artist is present.


Duration of the exhibition:
June 6th to July 26th

Opening hours:
Tuesday to Saturday, 1 pm to 6 pm
and by appointment