May 13, 2006

Master and pupil

In the art gallery "Encounter", Buenos Aires, Thursday, May 18 at 19 inaugurates a pooled sample of both painters. Remain open until June 14.

In 2004, the lawyer and art dealer Daniel Augusto Mendoza contacted Rueda in Buenos Aires to Orlando Pardo with the architect and gallery owner Leonardo Spilimbergo, grandson of the great Argentine master, and thus was born the project shows an important recognition of the career of the great master Orlando Mendoza brown with his beloved master.

Linking Spilimbergo and Brown

The forties are Lino Enea Spilimbergo developed considerable experience teaching at the National University of Tucumán.

At that time Orlando Pardo traveled north along the Argentine painter and sculptor Carlos Alonso Carlos de la Mota, who concurred with the Institute, which flourished at that time with Guido Parpagnolli as director, Lino Enea Spilimbergo in Painting, Sculpture Lorenzo Dominguez, Pompey Audivert and Victor Rebuffo as recorders, Eugenio Hirsch in Graphic Arts and Zurro Pedro de la Fuente in Artistic Metalwork. All accompanied by a group of restless artists, and national and international dimension operating in the faculty: Ramón Gómez Cornet, Lajos Szalay, Medardo Pantoja, Timoteo Navarro, Luis Lobo de la Vega, and Luis Alberto Balietti Lusnich.

At the time, northern Argentina, with its rites and its characters, Pardo was for an important source of inspiration

From that time is a catalog of an exhibition held at the Education Council Chamber, featuring Miguel Davila, Carlos Alonso, Ramiro Davalos and Orlando Brown. With his classmates also featured artists such as Leonor Vassena, Audivert Eduardo, Alfredo de Vicenzo and Susana Soro.

Source: http://losandes.com.ar/notas/2006/5/13/cultura-194032.asp

January 1, 2006

The “Arenas” of Art

Movida PUNTAESTEÑA

Adrian Sosa Mendez chest out with his paintings at Spa Buenos Aires.

Not only live the summer beach. The battalion of artists every year landed in Punta del Este prints new colors to a cultural scene that includes prestigious museums, and even concurridísimas Informal Ateliers Gallery Nights.

"Overall, the media they produce and erect the news of Punta del Este [especially the Argentines], we do a disservice to the spa to highlight almost exclusively driven fashion, fashion shows, model summer the party of the season, the rich and famous, and the romance of the season. This makes people unfamiliar Punta del Este think it's only the paradise of light and frivolity culture ", opens fire Luis Alberto Lecuna director of the Instituto Cultural Pueblo Blanco, an area where driving various educational and cultural activities.
"While there is all that moved ciertoque" continues Lecuna-"and it sells, and that creates jobs for many people, does not mean that's the only thing you do in Punta del Este. There are other moves that are not news. One is the cultural scene, more intense, more professional, more hierarchical. Silently, without the support of the press, much more interested in the tail or topless summer cultural scene Estena growing every year. "
And as for shows not just a button, not less than 24 art galleries, artists' workshops and ateliers Uruguay and Argentina-although there are also other nationalities-open their doors every year in La Barra de Maldonado, only in the section ranging from undulating bridge to the Hotel Las Dunas. Mention them all would make a list too long, which should always score plenty of artists who arrive with their backpacks to the area at the last minute.
There he held the held Gallery Nights. An artistic movement that takes place three years ago, with a route that goes from the bar to Springs, and proposes an artistic itinerary that has more than 25 art spaces. "It's held every Friday in January between 20 pm and midnight, and the idea is that people will join the move spontaneously and can enjoy the creativity of artists," says its organizer, Gaston Deleau.
New for this season is that there will be a fleet of trucks, a transportation system completely free-available to those interested in making the eight stops on the circuit. That, in addition to traditional Chandon glasses that accompany the event annually, to provide for art as God intended.
Amen square meter hold the largest concentration of nightclubs and fashion driven youth of the region, "La Barra is establishing itself as an interesting area art galleries where they are condensed from the best to the not so good on the subject: renowned galleries that present high level artists, local to walls crammed with paintings, with themes, styles, and obviously commercial objectives, "says Lecuna.

Art and Tourism

Moreover, there is a circuit with public and private museums varied attractions. The Ralli Museum, in the heart of Beverly Hills, has an important collection of contemporary Latin American figurative art, European masters, prints and sculpture. They are also the Museum of Art Maldonado, Francisco Mazzoni Regional Museum, where you can see indigenous utensils and objects of colonial-era, the Maritime Museum in La Barra, the Dragoons Barracks, headquarters Artiguista Didactic Museum, and many others.
This year, Tejería-Loppacher, which has spent a decade and a half developing cultural management processes in Punta del Este, La Barra will attend. "We will have an art shop, a place where you will find Uruguayan teachers in small format, objects, sculptures and gifts. There will be an exhibition area like Stony Sierra, but a showcase for different artists, "says Gustavo Tejería, gallery director.
In his view, the summer is a magnet for the cultural scene and is distinct microclimate of La Barra Pedregosa than Sierra, where there is a concentration of museums. "The bar has a very important public movement, shorter and varied, interesting especially for contemporary art proposals. In 5 of the Roosevelt stop there a steady stream of people walking but there are people who come to see the exhibits, "says director-Loppacher Tejería.
On home soil, the timeline for this January includes exposures woodcarver Paul Damiani and visual artist Javier Bassi. The highlight will be the vanguards in the sample comprising fifty paintings and sculptures of José Pedro and Maria Freire Costigliolo. On February 3, inaugurates the exhibition Constructive Resonance, curated by architect Adolfo Maslach and Marta works Morandi, Yuyo Goitiño, Walter Deliotti, PIRSA-Jauregui, Jose Collell, Ilda Parrillo, Hulda Gironés Lopez. In the Extraordinary Chambers will exhibit the work of Carmelo Rivello and José Gurvich. On February 10 Inaugurates A look at the landscape, with works Baitler Zoma, Milo Beretta, Pedro Blanes Viale, José Cuneo, Pesce Cesar Castro, Guillermo Rodriguez, Jorge Damiani and Joseph Trujillo.
For its part, the Art Gallery of Pueblo Blanco is scheduled for January samples Dorrit Yacoby artist and young Uruguayan Gaston Izaguirre plastic, among other cultural activities such as lectures and book presentations. The Roof of Haedo is one of the key points that attracts art lovers with a schedule of concerts, exhibitions and presentations. This season will provide a conference Pueyrredón Victoria writer, painter expose Mora García Llamasares and presented the book Memories of a life, the hostess and director Beatriz Haedo space.
Meanwhile, Miguel Angel Guerra, head of the Citadel Gallery since 1985, this year has allocated a space to Miguel Angel Pareja, one of the great masters of painting Uruguayan of the 50s.
Citadel is characterized by working exclusively national painting, and have a broad spectrum in handling work that ranges from contemporary young painters like De Melo and Musso, to large national masters of painting, as Torres García and Figari, to name a few .
The Genesis Gallery, which last year organized a contest called female nudes that more than 500 national artists, has a room dedicated to the artists and Lita Adriana Zabala Deus Notaro, and a sample of the photographer in Argentina Mariana Pardal cartel.

Tables in the sun

Located in Buenos Aires spa, Adrián Sosa Mendez decided to take his work to the streets and set up a kind of installation on a state farm. His paintings can be seen on Route 10 and 13th Street, from the road. "There are nine trestles. I gave people who pass by a facility for them to see art, "says the young man, who believes that sometimes there is more soul circus throughout this move. Sosa Mendez paints a lot of sperm with tail seahorses human features and eyes of bees.
Giacoya Mario also says this. Five years ago that is installed on the stop 29 of the Brava, at Villa La Boheme, which stands on the street Leonardo Da Vinci. "The galleries generate added interest for tourists. It is a cultural tour that has always worked well. I think this is generated one of the most interesting moves of the Rio de la Plata, it brings together the best galleries Uruguayans and Argentines and compressed in La Barra "says Uruguayan painter.
The artist Virginia Jones was installed four years ago at kilometer 160 and middle of the bar, next to the estate Gancedo. "We are four painters: Patricia Gancedo cake and works naked Dina Vincent paints portraits with acrylic and oil; July Scottini is more abstract and works with acrylic. I'm painting groups of people rather abstract. Groups of politicians, lawyers, humorous situations, which is really what they are, "says Jones. In mid-January and inaugurate a sample group from 17 will be in the art show at Conrad.
Martin Castillo, director of the famed South Gallery, says that they specialize in historical vanguards of the Rio de la Plata. This year we have three strong activities. One is the sample of the Sixties Abstraction in Uruguay, an overview of abstract and concrete movements of that time including works of Gomez Espinola, Pavlovsky, Lopez, Gamarra, Costigliolo, Esposito, Sgarbi and Nieto.
The other dishes are samples of two contemporary artists: Marcelo Eduardo Cardoso and Legrand, two Uruguayans using paint with a special sensitivity. "In the case of Eduardo Cardoso, in a very minimalist, with just almost musical tones that highlight the work. For his part, blasted handles more expressive Legrand, "says Castillo.
According to the expert curator, art buyer of La Barra does not give the same to buy a robe that a painting Hindu. "He is knowledgeable and demanding. Know what you want. They usually have good training, enjoy and have fun buying art, they do feel an investment and complete a search. "
When on the contrary not clear what to buy, Monica Trench, Trench Gallery director helps them choose. "Many people from very high economic and cultural level. Not only people who have money. Culture also have enough to choose from. And if they can not choose, my job is to do it for them, "says Trench, backed by 25 years of experience.
In addition to his fief of La Barra [at kilometer 161 of Route 10], just opened a complex of concrete and glass New York style in Jose Ignacio [street hummingbirds and swans]. The schedule of activities includes, among others, the example of the artist Ana Lia Argentina Wertheim group and port to port. Also will present the work of Cristina Trovato, Patricia Linenberg, and Carlos Alonso-an important contemporary Argentine painter. In line with the objective of promoting young talent, Trench Gallery will also present the work of Uruguayan sculptor and painter Diego Macadar Píriz Diego.
For the artist Rosario Rubilar, alma mater of Rubilar Gallery, art is the great support of the Bar. As defined critics, "the world is a game rubilariano opposite, where the baroque art and play the same ambiguous irony in a plane."
"Mine is very playful," she moves "I play, I laugh a lot and have fun with what I do, and I'm always looking for the magic in every frame." Meanwhile, Daniel Cardoso, who three years ago set up their easels in La Barra, moved closer to the epicenter of the movement, 50 meters from the Ancap. In his atelier and marine displays her naked and still lives with his wife Esther Modernell.
Of course the artistic movement is not limited to the bar and its surroundings. Just opened the exhibition of Christopher Peña y Lillo in the Court of the brand Grillo Art Gallery, on 28th Street between Gorlero and 20. In Division II exposed Donoti Fernando, Juan Castillo and Viviana Herrera. This new space is run by John Grillo, Grillo and Daniel Augusto Mario Rueda and ropone a tour of various art forms such as painting, sculpture and photography, among others. Development League also of Punta del Este, in the heart of the Peninsula, offers a full agenda of activities among which include samples of Uruguayan tapicistas Liliana Hermida and Virginia High.
Otherwise, simply shop around for the legendary Casapueblo again surprised by the charms of Punta Ballena and take a look at his latest work Carlos Páez Vilaró host. As seen, it is impossible to list all the galleries and museums. But it is clear that there are other arenas in Punta by worthwhile circular.

Source: http://www2.paula.com.uy/06/01/01/arenasdelarte.asp