Category Archives: 2012
The Luis A. Noboa Naranjo Museum and the Hilarte Community Association
have the honor of inviting you to the inauguration of the painting exhibition:
“The Colors of Nature”
The work of 200 children and young people, among them some with special capacities, from the western suburb of Guayaquil, and working under the guidance of artists
William Martínez, Maura Basurto and Patricio Sampredo.
Date: Thursday, December 6
Time: 7 pm
Place: Luis A. Noboa Naranjo Museum
(P. Icaza #302 and Córdova, Seguros Cóndor Bldg. 1st floor)
ART EXHIBITION BY 250 CHILDREN IN THE LUIS NOBOA NARANJO MUSEUM
On Thursday, December 6 at 7pm, as part of the program of activities developed by the ILARTE in 2012, the Luis Noboa Naranjo Museum will exhibit 250 works of art painted by 250 children educated at the institution in the city of Guayaquil.
Counselor Álvaro Noboa Pontón, Founding President of the museum, will give away 250 toys to the children as Christmas gifts, and will welcome the children with a musical festival to include sandwiches and refreshments.
The musical group AVALON, made up of Christian Robinson, Carlos Hernandez, and Luis Illescas on guitars and classical bass, as well as the fabulous singer, Camila Perez Trujillo, will be in charge of entertaining the children and the other guests with Christmas carols and songs in rock and jazz style.
Pablo Martínez Rojas, Director
Luis Noboa Naranjo Museum
TweetAlvaro Noboa’s Speech in the Painting Expo PORT At The Luis A. Noboa Naranjo Museum
PABLO MARTINEZ: In the name of the Luis A. Noboa Naranjo Museum, we give you the most cordial welcome. As you know, the Luis A. Noboa Naranjo Museum created the “Álvaro Noboa” Biennale of Guayaquil.
The exhibition we have at the moment includes 33 artists, of which three were winners of the three Biennales that we have held here. Jimmy Lara, first Biennale; Juan Caguana, second Biennale; and René Bohórquez, the third Biennale. Besides that, there are José Luis Choez, Loor and Saidel Brito, second place winner of the second Biennale, as well as many other famous artists.
Álvaro Noboa always thanks me for being Director of the Museum, and for organizing these exhibitions. This time I have to thank him, however, because if it wasn’t for his unconditional support, the sponsorship that he gives to the art and culture of Ecuador, we would not have this exhibition.
Here with you, Álvaro Noboa.
TweetThursday, October 4 of this year, the exhibition of visual artist, Elger Aragundi, born in Quito now living in Miami, US, was inaugurated at the Luis Noboa Naranjo Museum.
Famed critic and art museum expert, Ines Flores, was in charge of presenting the artist and emphasized Aragundi’s intense work, indicating that his control over the color blue – by which he attracts audiences in the way he does to his cow figure, “The Bowerbird” – is unique. The influence, and Aragundi’s understanding, of the Austrian painter, Gustave Klimt, gives his work an elegance and sophistication that is difficult to surpass.
Among the guests were various members of the Eljuri family, among them, Olga Eljuri de Doumet and her husband, Juan Doumet, Rebeca Eljuri de Kronfle and Jorge Eljuri, Jr., as well as Juan Castro Velásquez, Cecilia Niemes and Museum Director, Pablo Martínez Rojas.