Update 4 August: More info about this next exhibition from the Ten-Diez Studio itself:
We are now in the 5th edition of what is becoming a social phenomenon that has revolutionized the art world on the island. This time around the TEN DIEZ STUDIO opens it’s gallery that will focus on works of painters and photographers.
In this edition we have with us a familiar face at TEN DIEZ, Sandoli Natale, and many other new artists such as Sarah Perdomo Perea, Juanjo de Luis & Jesús Carazo Villalaín.In total 9 artists will have a place to showcase their artwork during the month of August in Magma Art and Congress Centre, Costa Adeje. www.magmatenerife.es
The inauguration will take place on the 10th of August at 20:30 pm and will be followed, as is customary in TEN DIEZ events and galleries by live music and presentations from artists and team statements.
The exhibition is free and as always you can enjoy it from Monday to Friday 8:00 am to 15:00 pm and on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 19:00 pm to 23:00 pm commencing on the 12th of August.
Update 1 August: The next Ten-Diez exhibition starts on 10 August in the Magma Centre in Playa de las Américas.
Update 29 May: The next exhibition starts on 29 June and will feature Nikki Attree, well known for her Tenerife Dogs website, and of course, more recently for her book Nobody’s Poodle. Also featuring in the exhibition will be photographic works by Ankor Ramos and Emili Bermúdez. Please click through to the Ten Diez site HERE for more info on the exhibition.
Update 5 April: After the previous successful exhibitions, the Ten Diez Movement is opening the gallery-space for the third time tomorrow, 6 April, to showcase different creations from local artists. The exhibition will comprise abstract art, illustrations, realism sketches, sculpture and photography. The exhibition doors open at 6pm tomorrow, and at 8pm, the artists will give a brief talk; the event will end with a performance by DJ Pablo Amador. Thereafter, the exhibition will run each working day between 9am and 2pm, and again between 3 and 5 pm. Entrance is free.
Update 30 January 2013: After the resounding success of previous events, Ten-Diez is once again holding an exhibition in the Magma Centre, on Friday 1 February between 5 and 11pm. The exhibition is called Studio, and entrance is free. For more information, please see Ten-Diez’ website HERE.
Update 8 November: The first exhibition was so successful that the Ten-Diez movement is opening a gallery space in the Magma Centre on 16 November to showcase local artists and share their art. The inauguration starts at 9pm, with music from 9.30pm, but doors open earlier, at 5pm. From Monday 19 November, the gallery will be open to the public between 9am and 2pm, and again between 3pm and 5pm, Monday to Friday. There is more information HERE, and I’m sure we all wish them every success.
Original post 30 July: There’s a rather special event to look out for between 21 to 29 September, when the TEN-DIEZ movement presents an 8-day-long exhibition in the Magma Centre in Playa de las Américas. The concept is a cultural community one: 10 Photographers, 10 views, 100 images – all the photographers offering a united view of their artistic environment (they’re all Tenerife based) and showing their own Tenerife beyond the exotic geography that we’re familiar with.
The motivation for the exhibition is for these artists, and they’re artists, of that there’s no doubt, to produce a closer and more extensive interaction with the public, with the photographers involving themselves actively in image production, demonstrating it to the audience, and collecting feedback direct from them, a contact between creators and spectators. They’ve been working on this exhibition since November 2011, and now have backing from over 25 local and 4 international businesses.
There will be additional activities and competitions sponsored by various international companies, and these will be announced over the course of the next few weeks. For further information, see the TEN-DIEZ website HERE and Facebook page HERE. Entry to the exhibition is free