Monthly Archives: July 2012

[VIDEO] Exhibition Opening of “Musas, Inspiración y Color” [July-4-2012]


We present here the video of the inauguration of the exhibition “Musas, Inspiración y Color”.

reENFOQUES – Paint Exhibition from the artist Luis Alberto Medina Enriquez – sponsored by the Alvaro Noboa Museum


The Museum Director Pablo Martínez Rojas, with the philanthropist  Alvaro Noboa, have the pleasure to invite you to the paint exhibition from the artist Luis Alberto Medina Enriquez, titled “reENFOQUES”. The event will be realized on Thursday July 19.

Address: P. Icaza 302 y Córdova (corner). Seguros Condor Building, first floor.

“I paint sensations, pretending that the lines could talk, that the color dances, that the light and shadows could talk, forging a pictoric and sensory dialogue, which is born beyond my being”.

– Luis Medina

Inauguration of the painting exhibition “Musas, Inspiración y Color” by artist Héctor Anchundia [JUL-4-2012]

On July 4th 2012, the Luis A. Noboa Naranjo Museum had the pleasure to introduce the famous ecuadorian painter, Héctor Anchundia. The artist shared his best 35 paintings, which will be in exhibition in the city of Guayaquil. Ecuador.

The exhibition is titled “Musas, Inspiración y Color”. The presentation was realized at the Alvaro Noboa Museum headquarters at 7PM, and had the presence from its Director, Pablo Martínez Rojas, who shared his insight about Anchundia’s masterpieces.

Here is a brief photo gallery of the inauguration.


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Artistic Profile of the Painter María de los Ángeles Navarrete Azín


María de los Ángeles Navarrete Azin is an italian-ecuadorian painter and plastic artist with a lot of talent. She began her artistic career at the age of 10, influenced by her italian grandfather, Giorgio Azin, who was a painter. At her 20s, María de los Ángeles entered the Venice Académie des Beaux-Arts, where his grandfather also studied.

The painter classifies her own art as “arte povera”, an italian term that means poor art. Arte Povera is an artistic movement from Italy, from the 60s, where many painters created many masterpieces with any element they had on hand. One could utilize things found in the nature, old newspapers, metals, among other things. María de los Ángeles Navarrete Azin added:  ” The priority are not the elements but what you do with them. The arte povera is a dynamic style, creative, plastic, and very visual.”

Invitation to the Héctor Anchundia Art Exhibition

The Alvaro Noboa Biennale and  the Luis A. Noboa Naranjo Museum are pleased to invite you to the inaguration of the art exhibition of Héctor Anchundia.

The event will be realized on Wednesday 4 of July 2012, at 7:00PM. Address: P. Icaza 302 y Córdova (corner). Building Seguros Condor, first floor.