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2009 Photographic Exhibition – Inaguration Speech – Alvaro Noboa: The Luis A. Noboa Naranjo Museum
Good evening, Ladies and Gentlemen. In the name of Counselor Álvaro Noboa Pontón, Founding President, and myself, as Director of the Luis A. Noboa Naranjo Museum, I give you a very warm welcome.
Today we inaugurate the first solo photographic exhibition to be held in the Museum’s rooms, for which the young and talented photographer, Ivette Ruíz, has been chosen.
This is also the first time I have seen the photographs, and it is evident to me – as it will be to you – that Ivette leaves nothing to the imagination.
It is powerful, which she achieved by being clear and direct in her message, with the result that by going through her artistic photographic display, she gives us a history of the beginning of the earth.
Original sin, as seen by Ivette Ruiz, occurs not in someone taking a bite out of an apple, but because of what we have become today: a mean, violent, envious and hypocritical society.
Through her photographs, Ivette, rescues the most pure of human values, transforming them into visual poetry, and suggesting that we not fear what we see, given that it is part of creation, and the most natural thing in the world.
We congratulate Ivette Ruíz, who leaves us with the following message: The only way to live fully is to acknowledge who we are, independently of what others would wish us to be.
Enjoy the exhibition. And, please, don’t eat the apples!
Pablo Martínez Rojas
THERE IS NO SIN THAT ISN’T INTENTIONAL…
Counselor Álvaro Noboa Pontón and the Luis A. Noboa Naranjo Museum have the pleasure of inviting you to Ivette Ruiz’s first photographic exhibition, entitled “Original Sin”
Place: P. Icaza and Córdova (Corner)Condor Building, 1st floor
Date: Thursday, 8 October 2009
Time: 7 pm
Counselor Pablo Martínez, Direct
In honor of the Guayaquil festivals, on Thursday, October 8, the Luis A. Noboa Naranjo (LANN) Museum presents the photographic exhibition entitled “Original Sin”, by Ivette Ruiz, from Guayaquil, who, in this first exhibition displays still-life, portraits and nudes that take as their reference the well-known works of photographers such as Franco Fontana, Eduardo Steichen and Jan Saudek.
For Ruiz, the emotional content of a photograph takes priority even over technique, and therefore she employs different texture over her images. The museum is located in P. Icaza and Córdova (corner) 1st floor. The exposition will begin at 7 pm.
Luis Noboa Naranjo Museum