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Viva Art! Something to Shout About at the Bordello Galeria

By Madame Turca

This Independence Day, Bordello Galeria, will give you something special to shout about.

Three influential and highly followed painters join forces to present diverse flavors of the Mexican spirit in the public rooms of Casa de la Noche from 5–8pm, Saturday, September 16.

These three met while exhibiting separately in a museum exhibit in the city of Durango earlier this year. Enthusiastic about each other’s vision, they’ve formed an artistic fellowship to celebrate their Mexican experience and take it on the road.

Locals will recognize Andrew Osta, a Bordello favorite. He returns with a series of new works, celebrating the charms of Mexico in general and San Miguel in particular. His uplifting and imaginative paintings have been featured in over 100 exhibitions worldwide. Osta has had two solo museum shows to date.

Award-winning Mexican muralist, painter, and educator Jose Candelario Vazquez (b. 1953) has had over 160 exhibitions worldwide, in both galleries and museums. His work is unmistakable in style. Subjects from Mexican history and everyday life are expressed in vibrant colors and rich textures. They are mini murals, with many stories to tell.
And another award-winning painter, Manuel Pinon (b. 1962), comes from the city of Durango with contemporary Mexican paintings and drawings reminiscent of the work of Salvador Dali and other surrealists. His intriguing paintings and drawings invite viewers to reflect on contemporary Mexican culture.

Don’t miss this opportunity to meet these three art celebrities and take a piece of the Mexican spirit for your home.

Art Exhibit

“Viva Art!”

Sat, Sep 16, 5–8pm

Casa de la Noche

Órganos 19


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