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Art exhibition of William Hernandez was very well received in Guayaquil

 

The night of last July 23, the Luis A. Noboa Naranjo Museum, founded by businessman Alvaro Noboa Ponton, experienced a magical evening full of colors and textures, thanks to the spectacular art exhibition entitled: “Boarding: Three hundred and four square meters”, by cuban artist William Hernandez Silva, where it was shown the talent, skills, and creativity of this renown expert.

“It is a detailed and studied work, that’s why, we can see bronze sculptures in the exhibition, which are explained by a sketch (…) Leonardo Da Vinci and Andre Berton, who is known as the father of surrealism, worked in that way (…) and William Hernandez is not far behind”, said the Director of the Museum, Pablo Martinez Rojas, in his speech in honor of the cuban artist.

Among the applause of the huge audience, this uninhibited and uncomplicated artist, expressed his gratitude for the warm welcome of the Museum, and specially of his closest friends and those who would become his friends that night. “I was happy from the moment I was placing the pieces for the exhibition and I hope you like it as much as I enjoyed creating each one of them”, expressed Hernandez.

Finally, as is customary, the audience enjoyed the champagne and delicious snacks, to later listen to the well known singer, Egberto Garcia, who delighted the night with various themes.

 

William Hernandez placed the paintings for the exhibition at the LANN Museum

 

Cuban artist William Hernandez  toured the facilities of the Luis A. Noboa Naranjo Museum, founded by the business entrepreneur Alvaro Noboa Ponton, to start placing the paintings and sculptures that will be exhibited from tomorrow, tuesday july 23.

The artwork, which is formed by more than 30 paintings, 11 engravings and 7 sculptures, is part of his new production but has also works that have not been exhibited before.

Just a few pieces have been shown before in museums of La Havana, Cuba.

The artist, born in Colon, Matanzas in 1971, has lived in Ecuador for two years and is his first engraving exhibition in Guayaquil.

The Luis Noboa Naranjo Museum prepares to present “Boarding: three hundred and four square meters”

The Luis A. Noboa Naranjo Museum, founded and presided by ecuadorian businessman Alvaro Noboa, is adding the finishing touches for its next art exhibition called “Boarding. three hundred and four square meters”, created by cuban painter and sculptor William Hernandez.

This new work is formed by 42 pieces, between paintings and engravings, and 7 sculptures; it will open this tuesday july 23 at 19h00 and will be hosted by Pablo Martinez.

Throughout his career, William Hernandez has participated in 40 collective exhibitions, locally and internationally, and has done 16 personal exhibitions since 1990.

Among his awards, stand out: the second prize in the “National Engraving Encounter 2011” in Havana, Cuba; second place in the third Biennial Luis A. Noboa Naranjo “The elements of nature”, 2012.

Luis Noboa Museum will present the work “Collision: three hundred and four square meters”

 

The Museum Luis A. Noboa Naranjo , founded by businessman Alvaro Noboa, in honor of his father, is preparing its next painting exhibit created by the cuban artist William Hernandez, to be held this tuesday july 23 at 19h00.

The work entitled “Collision: three hundred and four square meters” will be formed by more than 42 pieces between paintings and engravings, and 7 sculptures.

 

Collision: three hundred and four square meters

William Hernandez
Author

Date: July 23 of 2013

Address: P. Icaza 302 and Cordoba – “Seguros Condor” Building, first floor.

Hour: 19:00

Ab. Pablo Martinez Rojas
Director

 

 

 

Rules for the Poetry Contest “Luis Noboa Naranjo Museum”

Genre:  The set of themes of the text is free, as well as its structure and measure.

Participants: Poets, writers, college and high school students can participate as long as they present their poem at the contest.

Format: The extension of the poem will be one side of A4 (DIN‐4) printed with a minimum letter size of 12 points (no maximum) and in “Arial” or “Times New Roman” type. The text has to be original, and with no prior participation in any other contest.

Deadlines: The deadline for admission of the poems will be friday, march 21 of 2014. No poem will be admitted after that date.

Delivery Methods:
The poems can be delivered previously via e-mail to this mail address:

 

museolann@hotmail.com
(Subject matter: poetry contest Luis A. Noboa Naranjo Museum)

 

in Word format, which will be delivered afterwards, in paper, in the offices of the Luis Noboa Naranjo Museum located in P. Icaza 30 and Cordoba streets, first floor, Condor Insurance Company Building, before the deadline, or they will be disqualified.

All the poems must be signed and delivered to the Museum, in a closed envelope with the name and last name, phone number and e-mail.

Competition Verdict: The poems will be read by three recognized bards and university professors of Literature.

 

Awards:

There will be three awards

  • First prize: $1.000
  • Second prize: $500
  • Third prize: $300

 

The verdict of the jury will be issued on friday, april 25 of 2014, within the activities of the fourth Biennial of Guayaquil “Alvaro Noboa Ponton”.

The notification to the winners will be made via e-mail and through the web page of the Museum www.alvaronoboamuseum.com, and the winning poems will be published on the website.

The ruling will not be open to appeal. The prizes cannot be declared deserted and any unforeseen situation will be resolved by the Director of the Museum, Pablo Martinez Rojas.

 

Pablo Martínez Rojas
Director of LANN Museum