- June 2022: Summer Solstice 22, Espacio Creativo La Salle
- Dec 2021 - Jan 2022: Vigilia Solar, White lab, Madrid.
- July-August 2021:
Colour Observatorium, Meliá Salinas, Lanzarote.
- 16 July - 7 October (2020): de Groene Passage, Rott.
- 24 January (2020): Kunstsuper, Delft
- 4 Nov - Mid Dec (2019): Haley's Comet, The Hague
-"VELATORIO SOLAR" (21-22 Dec 2021) - WhiteLab
-“SOLSTICIO DE VERANO 21” (21 Jun 2021) - La Nave
-“WINTER NIGHT 20” (21-22 Dec 2020)- Delft Atelier
-“SUMMER SOLSTICE 20” (21 Jun 2020)
-“WINTER SOLSTICE 2019” (21-22 Dec 2019)
-“SUMMERSOLSTICE2019” (21 Jun 2019)
CONTEMPORARY ABSTRACT ARTIST AND ARCHITECT:
Sonsoles Masiá Sánchez, (1991) based in Delft, is a Spanish artist and architect.
Having a double degree in Architecture and fine arts gave her a special sensivity and extra tools to develop her art. Her interest in astronomy and observatories, studied during her architecture master thesis, made her develop an especial interest in the movement of celestial bodies and their influence on the human spirit.
During her bachelor, and without a fixed perception of it, she started painting and naming her pieces after astronomical events as equinox, solstices or meteor showers. After her thesis, she got conscious of this behavior and began to produce pieces during special dates and astronomical events.
Then, she began to perceive the universe around us and portrait it on her paintings.
Nowadays Masiá looks for optimal places and moments for the observation and production of her abstract pieces. With the intention of scrutinizing how the movement of celestial bodies influences our essence as human beings and her artistic productivity as a creator.
In 2021 she visited Lanzarote thanks to the Hotel Meliá Salinas Artistic Residency Program, making a landscape-abstract project based on the astronomical sanctuaries of the island. On december 2021 she brought one of her solstice performances to White Lab Madrid "Vigilia Solar". Currently she is researching and planning her pilgrimage to the sunset, following the ancient path of "el camino a finisterre" as a network of astronomical observatories.