Monthly Archives: January 2016

Inauguration of “Fantasy Spirals” exhibition of Larissa Oksman

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The Luis Noboa Naranjo Museum was filled with colors with the inauguration of the pictorial work of the Russian artist Larissa Oksman on Wednesday night, January 20.

In the presence of family and friends, the artist thanked bussinesman/philanthropist Alvaro Noboa, founder of the museum, and Pablo Martinez Rojas, its director, for promoting art as a real spectacle.

Oksman was born in of Baku, in Azerbaijan, former Soviet Union. But she has lived in Ecuador for 20 years and is a member of the Professional Association of Visual Artists of Pichincha. She said her favorite artist is Picasso.

She defines her style as a expressionist. “I would say postmodernism, because now everything merges.” “I listen to the music through colors.”

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PAINTING EXHIBITION

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Luis Noboa Naranjo Museum, invites the media exposure that will perform the Artist Larissa Oksman.

The exhibition will take place on Wednesday, 20 January at 19.00 in P. Icaza 302 and Cordova 1st floor tall building Security Condor.

For more information you may call 2-561893 .

Hilarte, artistic expressions of children and youth

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For over 20 years the Hilarte Community Association (Hilando Arte), has helped children and young people with disabilities and from outlying areas of Guayaquil, providing educational and rehabilitation services where art and playful activities are the pedagogical tools for the development of children and young people.
Among the projects being carried out there is the Child Development Center and a school, where 142 children aged 2-9 years are cared holistically (health, nutrition, education and inclusion).
The Therapeutic Arts Center assists children and teenagers with disabilities, who participate in an artistic process with therapeutic support in the institution.
Both projects will be exhibited on Tuesday, January 12 at the Luis Noboa Naranjo Museum at 7:00 PM.