The collective exhibition called El Despertar de los Pueblos organized by the Cultural Association América Viva and the Decentralized Culture Direction of La Libertad in the framework of the 196th anniversary of the independence of our country and in homage to the novelist Juan Francisco Lezama Tirado will continue to be exhibited until August 11th at the José Sabogal Exhibition Hall of the regional headquarters of Culture. It is located in Independencia Street Nº572.
“Five painters and two sculptors have constructed highly sensitive images based on the apprehension of the violent conflict that painfully deprived our country. Each one of the works express with diverse emotional tessellation, different and contradictory experiential states, but all deeply human: violence, solidarity, tenderness, love which have been treated from the aesthetic dimension to emerge in images that move the viewer,”said María Elena Córdova Burga – Director of the Decentralized Culture Directorate of La Libertad.
Between the paintings that stand out they emphasize Canto a la solidaridad by Arturo Paredes Arteaga, La vida continua para todos of Luis Alarcon, Abigeo de Hector Suarez, Canción de los pájaros of Carlos Leon Cruz and Camino al Futuro en Libertad of Tatiana Carranza Quezada, likewise the sculptures of Beatriz López Suarez are exhibited .
“América Viva once again, with the support of the Decentralized Culture Directorate of La Libertad, it offers a vision of reality through the relationships that occur in two artistic expressions: literature and art, while generating The development of a stronger awareness of our individual and collective destiny, “said Wellinton Castillo Sanchez.
The exhibition is open to the public from Monday to Friday from 9:00 to 19:00 at the DDC La Libertad.
Source: Portal Web Dirección Desconcentrada de Cultura La Libertad