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Brutalism and Reconstruction Subject of Exhibition


By Cecilia Romero

Casa Europa is pleased to invite you to the exhibition Brutalism and Reconstruction, an extraordinary collaboration of several artists with various backgrounds who explore different visions.

Lothar Müller needs little introduction in San Miguel de Allende. He is very well-known, not only as a great artist and curator but as a great contributor for the art world in San Miguel. He is founder and director of Kunsthaus Santa Fe space for contemporary art in San Miguel. His work can be found in private collections in Mexico, Germany, and the US. Some of his permanent sculptures reside in Leon, Guanajuato.

Marcela Armas studied at the University of Guanajuato and the Faculty of Fine Arts in Valencia. She is a member of the National System of Art Creators of the National Fund for Culture and the Arts. Her work has been exhibited in Mexico, North America, South America, Europe, Russia, and India.

Leonardo Ramirez’s artistic work has been exhibited in several museums and galleries in Mexico as well as in the United States, Italy, Canada, Portugal, Argentina, Spain, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates, among others. The pieces he produces are organized in a series that narrate nonlinear stories structured with very few elements without respect for  the classic units of time and space, making the pieces work in an elliptical way.

Marcin Berdyszak studied at the Academy of Fine Arts, Poznan, Poland. In 1988 he completed a Master of Fine Arts degree in sculpture and painting and did a diploma under the supervision of Professor Maciej Szańkowski and Professor Włodzimierz Dudkowiak. Since 1989, he has been working for the University of Fine Arts, Poznań, Poland.

Ingrid Hernández studied sociology and earned a Master’s degree in research and environment at El Colegio de la Frontera Norte. She also took photography and contemporary art courses and workshops. Her methodology reflects the negotiation between these various influences to work together for extended periods. The results range from photography to social research. Her work has been exhibited individually and collectively in Mexico, Germany, Russia, the United States, and Colombia.

Gilberto Esparza, graduated from the Visual Arts School of the University of Guanajuato and Fine Arts School of the Polytechnic University in Valencia. His work is based on the recycling of consumption technology and has been shown in several countries including Brazil, Canada, Bolivia, and México.

Is a great pleasure for Casa Europa to host such a unique exhibition. The opening will take place Thursday, April 19 at 7pm, at Correo 26, Centro (Back Entrance).


Art Exhibition

Brutalism and Reconstruction

Work from Lothar Müller, Marcela Armas, Leonardo Ramirez, Marcin Berdyszak, Ingrid Hernández, and Gilberto Esparza

Thu, April 19, 7pm

Correo 26, Centro

(back entrance)


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