Sculptor Sara Mansur at Moyshen the Gallery
By Elena Brown
Moyshen the Gallery presents three international exhibitions. The first is “Gráfica Contemporánea” in which the art work from the most important Mexican artist such as Vicente Rojo, Francisco Toledo, Roger Von Guten, Luis Filcer is displayed; two lithographs from the recently deceased Leonora Carrington, etc. In the gallery room, you can find the art from young and talented artist like Moyshen, who owns the gallery, and who it already have an international trajectory, he’s goal is to face the Mexican art work with Latin American recognized artist like Wilfredo Lam.
Art: Aires de Bronce Individual exhibit by sculptor Sara Mansur. Fri, May 4, 5-7pm. Moyshen The Gallery, Fábrica La Aurora, Local 4 C, 154 4314. email@example.com
The second exhibition which Moysen The Gallery is presenting its an individual display from the sculptress Sara Mansur, the collection is formed of twenty sculptures in bronze and marmol with neo-figurative evocation without big detail, that allows to play with space and figure, bronzes in unconventional patinas that evoke the synthetic elements. The collection of Sara Mansur its inspired in movement, forms and athletic accents of the human body, with abstract and contemporary elements.
The third one is a display of the Mexican-Argentin painter named “Utopias Paralelas”, is formed of twenty fabrics were the artist mix acrylic, oleo, encaustic and others.