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Grand Opening: Fall Exhibitions

BELLAS ARTES

By Viridiana Gutiérrez Tejeda

The Cultural Center “El Nigromante” of the National Institute of Fine Arts (INBA), is pleased to invite you to the opening of their new art exhibitions, next Friday, October 20, at 7pm.

For the Cultural Center, it is vitally important to present the work of local, national, and international artists who enrich the cultural life of San Miguel de Allende. Therefore, to close the annual cycle of the wonderful cycles of exhibitions that have been carried out throughout the year, we will have the proposal of three artists who clearly demonstrate this diversity.

Donnie Simeone, American artist and resident of San Miguel de Allende presents to us her show “Umbilicus,” a series of drawings worked in charcoal with such mastery that reflects not only her personality, but a life dedicated to art and her trajectory in the pursuit of the voluptuousness and the latent femininity in the form, in the volume, and in the provocation that the drawing allows.

Mexican photographer and close friend of the San Miguel community, Alessandro Bo, brings us his collection “Smail[P1] ,” made in, by and for San Miguel de Allende. This exhibition shows a new face and a very different interpretation of the daily life in our beautiful town. With character, known by many of us, portrayed in their intimacy, random scenes, and landscapes, he leads us through a journey that goes from irony to reflection about the multiple universes that constitutes San Miguel.

To complete this exhibition cycle in relation to the Mexico-Colombia Dual Year, we are proud to show the work of the Colombian artist Darío Ortiz. Recognized as one of the greatest exponents of Latin American neo-realism, Darío Ortiz presents “With the soul in the paper,” a selection of: charcoals, pastels, gouaches, watercolors, and engravings.

We hope to have your presence to discuss, explore, and celebrate the opening of these three magnificent exhibitions. They will be open to the public until January 20, 2018. Admission is free, Monday through Saturday, from 10am–6pm, and Sundays from 10am–2pm.

 

Grand Opening

Fall Exhibitions

Fri, Oct 20, 7pm

Bellas Artes

Hernández Macías 75, Centro

Free Entrance

 

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