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The III International Biennial of Painting Alvaro Noboa had the participation of the best local and foreign artists. Creatives and masters from different areas such as fashion, photography, and painting got united to produce an exquisite visual composition named “Forces of Nature“. Here is a sample of one of the arts created.
Model: Priscila Matamoros
Make-Up: Ck Peluqueria
Fashion Design: Catalina Wood
Closure Speech of the III International Biennial of Painting Alvaro Noboa: The Elements of Nature [MAY-16th-2012]
Closure of the III International Painting Biennial Alvaro Noboa: “The Elements of Nature” in Guayaquil.
The closing ceremonies for the Third International Alvaro Noboa Biennial of Painting will be performed next Wednesday, May 16th. The even will count with the presence of Richard Swanberg (american pianist), and María del Mar Proaño – who has organized a fashion showcase.
Alvaro Noboa, founder of the Luis A. Noboa Naranjo Museum, and its director Pablo Martínez Rojas, will start the act with inspirational speeches.
The biennial of painting presented its winners last April: René Bohórquez received $10.000 for the first prize, William Hernández $5.000 for the second prize, and other 5 finalists received $1.000 each. The winners are: Leonardo Lozano, Javier Gavilanes, Nelson Santos and Jacqueline Villamar.
The ceremony will be performed on P. Icaza 302 and G. Córdova (corner), at the Seguros Cóndor building, first floor.
Third Alvaro Noboa Biennial at Guayaquil, 2012. Diversity of Styles.
Published in El Universo Newspaper of Ecuador
Pablo Martínez, director of the Luis A. Noboa Naranjo Museum, at the headquarters of the Third Alvaro Noboa Guayaquil International Biennial of Painting, he emphasized the variety of styles employed in the artistic event as one of its strengths. Among them are: impressionism, expressionism, magical realism and hyperrealism.
The work of Ecuadorian René Bohórquez, winner of the competition’s First Álvaro Noboa Acquisition Prize, falls within the framework of expressionism, noted Martínez, which thereby differentiated this present version of the Biennial, he added, as “in the previous two, those in first place created hyperrealist works.”
Published by El Comercio Newspaper of Ecuador
Ecuadorian artist, René Bohórquez resulted the winner of the III “Álvaro Noboa” International Biennial. His work, entitled, “Incarnate” reigned among 200 paintings from the 20 different countries, among which are Mexico, Cuba, Colombia, Italy, Germany, Poland, Spain…
The work of Bohórquez, who is 20 years old and studies at the University of Especialidades Espíritu Santo (UEES), is an oil painting. His work garnered him US $10,000.