Opening Reception: Thursday, 17 February, 5 - 8pm

Cecilia Brunson Projects invites you to a celebration of the exhibition opening of Jaime Gili’s exhibition Loop.


In this exhibition, Gili draws on designs and geometric motifs made by the artist across the last two decades of his practice in order to investigate the repeated elements which appear throughout his artistic development, now realised in bold colour. The exhibition and title also reference the ‘looping narratives’ behind the artist and his country’s shared histories. Gili’s father, whose diaries from the 1960s were central to the development of the exhibition, fled Francoist Spain to settle in Venezuela in 1968. In 1996, Jaime Gili returned across the Atlantic to settle in London. Today, approximately 6 million other Venezuelans have emigrated from the nation which once offered so much hope to immigrants.


Please join us for the opening reception on Thursday, 17 February, 5 - 8pm before the show opens to the public.