TweetOn Wednesday may 22 of the current year, the Luis Noboa Naranjo Museum will present the exposition of the plastic artist Nancy Vizcaíno Burgos, from Guayaquil, who works her art pieces by drawing, painting and sculpting. Her work is a research process involving social non-organic elements.
She has a degree in plastic arts of the Central University of Ecuador, her studies were carried out between the years of 1986 and 1992.
She has performed 8 individual expositions in Ecuador and has obtained several awards in national contests like the first prize in the Biennial Luis A.Martínez of Ambato, and a mention in painting, PARIS award, also in Ambato.
Besides, she represented Ecuador in the Biennial of Florencia in Italy in three ocassions.
Address: P. Icaza 302 y Córdova (esq), Ed. Seguros Cóndor 1er piso.
Date: May 22, 2013
Ab. Pablo Martínez Rojas
June 6: EDGAR ARAGUNDI, Ecuadorian artist resident in Miami.
July 9: launching of the book of short stories written by Ecuadorian author ROBERTO WRIGHT ICAZA
July 18: WILLIAN HERNÁNDEZ, cuban artist, Winner of The second prize of The III Biennial of Guayaquil, ÁLVARO NOBOA
August 8: WILLIAN MARTÍNEZ, Ecuadorian painter, mention of honor in the II Biennial of Guayaquil.
August 27: Launching of the book written by DR. JORGE ZAVALA EGAS
September 12: JOSÉ LANDIN, plastic artist and curator of The Biennial of Guayaquil.
October 3: BOLÍVAR VALLARINO, plastic artist and Poet.
October 22: MARCOS BARAHONA, master of artistic nudity.
November 14: MARIO OÑATE, Ecuadorian painter of great trayectory.
TweetJanuary 30: NAPOLEÓN PAREDES winner of the Biennial of Miami
March 6: collective exposition of several plastic artists (10 in total), among them MARCOS MARTÍNEZ, ROBIN ECHANIQUE, MARIA JOSE FELIX, MANUEL PUMARES, GABRIEL BUENAÑO, NELSON FAYCAN, ALEX MOSQUERA, DORYSMAR.
April 17: Chilean artist FERNANDO MANRIQUE
May 22: plastic artist NANCY VIZCAINO.
Yesterday, at 19h00, was held the painting exhibition of Chilean artist Fernando Manriquez Murua, great exponent of latin american art, at the Luis A. Noboa Naranjo museum in Guayaquil.
Manriquez, born in ValparaIso, has brought his art to Chile, Venezuela, Panama, Colombia, Europe and Ecuador, the latter, a source of inspiration for his studies on ancestral cultures, which are reflected in his artwork.
During the opening of the exhibition, Manriquez started his speech with a warm greeting to all people present. “I am deeply grateful to the museum and its organizers for the invitation extended to me to exhibit my paintings for a month, artwork that represents a set of work that I have been carrying out throughout the years”
“I am very pleased for this exhibition, because I haven’t exhibited in Guayaquil for many years. I lived here for a long time and I have excellent memories. To be a part of the Ecuadorian plastic arts is a great honor to me”, added the painter.
Finally, Manriquez ended his speech with a deep thought about art, and thanked again the audience and the museum for such warm welcome, “The plastic language is a universal language that has no boundaries or limits. I hope that you enjoy my work. Thank you all and the museum for welcoming me as a museum should welcome every artist, thank you very much”.
Gallery of Paintings:
INTERNATIONAL WOMAN’S DAY EXHIBITION
PAINTING: Inauguration today, Luís A. Noboa Naranjo Museum
As a tribute to women whose International Day will be celebrated this Friday, more than ten artists, members of the Guayas La Ría Foundation, will display their works at the Luís A. Noboa Naranjo Museum.
Homage to Woman’s Day is a display that, according to artist Robin Echanique, one of the exhibitors, “presents a uniform tendency towards a new figuration given the contemporary pictorial tendencies of the majority of the participants.”
The exhibition will be inaugurated today at 7.30 in the Seguros Condor Building, corner of P. Ycaza 301 and General Córdova, 1st floor.
Pablo Martínez, Director of the museum, states that the majority of the paintings represent women, with some alluding to Mother Nature. The exhibition will remain open until April 10. Entrance is free.