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Hermel Quezada Exposition At Luis A. Noboa Naranjo Museum

Until October 3rd the exposition “Fragile” by Hermel Quezada, will remain open. According to  the critics, Quezada has moved from surrealism to pop art.

He states that man must stop deforestation and has to be in harmony with nature. That’s why he likes to portray coexisting wild and peaceful animals  in his paintings. In 1987, he started to paint with acrylic, then he moved to oil surrealistic painting. Due to health issues he is back to the acrylic and has changed his thematic.

Quezada is celebrating 25 years of artistic career. The poem Who?, accompanies his exposition “Fragile”, related to the defense of the environment.

“Who quiets the singing..of mockingbirds/ who dries the pond..of bathracians/ who with his terrible… lack of love/ reduces almost to zero…his spaces”.

Exposition Night, Sea and Fantasy From The Visual Artist Elger Aragundi

The Alvaro Noboa – Luis A. Noboa Naranjo Museum has the honor of invite you to the Exposition Night, Sea and Fantasy From The Visual Artist Elger Aragundi

Address: P. ICAZA 302 Y CORDOVA 1ER PISO EDIFICIO DE SEGUROS CONDOR
Hour: 19h00 p.m
Theme: Night , Sea and Fantasy

Ab. Pablo Martinez Rojas
Director del Museo Luis Noboa Naranjo

Third Alvaro Noboa Guayaquil International Biennial of Painting. Diversity of Styles. 2012.

Third Alvaro Noboa Biennial at Guayaquil, 2012. Diversity of Styles.

Published in  El Universo Newspaper of Ecuador

Pablo Martínez, director del Museo Luis A. Noboa Naranjo, revisa el montaje de la muestra de la Bienal.

Pablo Martínez, director of the Alvaro Noboa – Luis A. Noboa Naranjo Museum, checks the sample of the Biennial.

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.”

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Alvaro Noboa Anuncio Publicitary

Alvaro Noboa

TODAY 7 PM

INAUGURATION OF THE

III “ÁLVARO NOBOA” INTERNATIONAL BIENNIAL OF PAINTING 

IN THE LUIS A NOBOA NARANJO MUSEUM

Location:  P. Icaza 302 and Córdova (Corner),
“Seguros Cóndor” Building, 1st Floor

Alvaro Noboa – Fulfilling a Dream

Alvaro Noboa The Luis A. Noboa Naranjo Musuem Fulfilling A Dream

The work, ‘Incarnate’, wins III Guayaquil Biennial

The work, ‘Incarnate’, wins III Alvaro Noboa Guayaquil Biennial

Published in El Universo Newspaper of Ecuador

 

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The work, ‘Incarnate’, by artist René Bohórquez, won first place in the Guayaquil International Biennial of Painting, which will be open to the public from this Thursday.

20-year old Ecuadorian René Bohórquez, a student at the University of Especialidades Espíritu Santo (UEES) obtained the First Acquisition Prize of the III Guayaquil International Biennial of Painting. This cultural event is one of the dozens of social projects developed by philanthropist Alvaro Noboa.

Bohórquez’s winning work, entitled ‘Incarnate,’ was executed in oil on canvas. Tomorrow, at the inauguration ceremony for the exhibition of the competition, he will receive the prize of $10,000.