Galería Casa Diana Features Recent Works by Miguel Ángel Morales

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By Alexandra Long

The new exhibition at Galería Casa Diana will feature recent works by Miguel Ángel Morales, showcasing paintings and sculptures that speak of man and his environment in a cycle of permanent construction, deconstruction, and reconstruction,

Throughout his career, Morales has developed his own symbolic language: art that speaks to the primal origins of man and his condition. With the use of concrete and metal, he maps out a stratigraphy of textures, colors, and incisions on his supports, breathing life into his artworks.

Impressive in their austere simplicity, the shapes and lines balance the artist’s pursuit of a universal language and harmony of the home, nature, and atmospheres that reveal the questioning of the human being, that is, the permanent confrontation of man before the world.

Originally from Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Morales has been a resident of San Miguel de Allende for several decades. He studied architecture at the Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon in Monterrey (1988) and etching, lithography, and sculpture at the El Nigromante Cultural Center in San Miguel de Allende from 1989 to 1991. He has taught printmaking and sculpture in Mexico and abroad. He has exhibited individually and collectively in Mexico, the United States, and Europe, with public sculptures in different cities like Mexico City, Pasadena, California, Erlingen and Nüremberg in Germany, among others.

The exhibition will be on display November 9 through December 7. The gallery is open Monday through Saturday from 10am–7pm, Sunday 11–4pm, closed Wednesday.

 

Art Opening

Work by Miguel Ángel Morales

Galería Casa Diana

Thu, Nov 9, 6pm

Recreo 48, Centro

galeriacasadiana@gmail.com/Tel: 152 0885

 

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