All the artists with the person who is always encouraging us to create and exhibit our works: Eduardo Rodas, all our gratitude to you dear Eduardo!. From left to right: Gildardo Hernández, María Elena Vargas, Jorge Zamorano, Atziri Pérez, Eduardo Rodas, Sandra Martell, Carmina Acopa and Darwin Cruz.
The day of the exhibition “¡Queremos contarte un cuento!” finally arrived and this time the Art Gallery “El Jaguar Despertado” was the place where 16 artists from Tabasco, Chiapas, Jalisco and Germany (Göttingen and Duderstadt) exhibited their art works.
Adrián Quiroz (conceptual art) Chiapas
Alejandro Tassias (painting) Chiapas
Andrea Ruiz (acoustic installation) Chiapas
Atziri Pérez (painting) Tabasco
Carmina Acopa (painting) Tabasco
Christiane Mosler (painting) Duderstadt
Conny Hiller (illustration) Göttingen
Darwin Cruz (painting) Chiapas
Francisco Partida (photography) Jalisco
Gely Pacheco (video-installation) Chiapas
Jorge Zamorano (Installation and drawing) Chiapas
Lüder Mosler (conceptual art) Duderstadt
María Elena Vargas (painting) Tabasco
Sandra Gómez (video) Chiapas
Sandra Martell (illustration) Tabasco
The original idea of the exhibition was by the German artist Conny Hiller and I, and it came out in 2013 when we realized that most people like stories, and they also like being told stories, reason why we selected the title “We would like to tell you a story!”. The main goal was to invite artists with a strong conceptual proposal inspired in all the stories we have been told during our lives (and believe me we refered to “all kinds of stories”).
Then the artist from Chiapas Jorge Zamorano and I developed this idea and invited artists from Tabasco, Chiapas, Jalisco and also international artists from Germany to participate. As the curator of this exhibition, he selected the participants based on the innovative, creative and original proposals.
Thus, the dream came true and we had the opportunity to present this fun, creative and interactive exhibition…
Here are the photos of the opening…
People looking the art pieces and at the same time talking to some of the artists who could be there.
This piece titled “The day I lost my umbrella” by Lüder Mosler was a total hit and many people took a photo of it.
It was a night where many artists gathered to see and talk about what other artists from Tabasco, Chiapas, Jalisco and Germany are doing, for example these three pieces by Conny Hiller which show what the refugees in Europe experience in their journey to this continent.
Six artists from Chiapas presented their work for the first time at the Galería de Arte “El Jaguar Despertado”.
The artist Sandra Martell at the exhibition.
It was an exhibition where the guests could interact with the art.
Even this kid was curious about this piece by Adrián Quiroz.
The diversity of the art pieces led to very interesting conversations.
Here with my team in life, my beloved parents.
The artist Fernando Pitalúa sharing his observations.
My dear friends supporting me all the time.
Interesting and creative pieces by Christiane Mosler titled “Behind the curtain” and “In front of the curtain”.
The artist Carmina Acopa trying this piece titled “About the money” by artist Andrea Ruiz in collaboration with Jorge Zamorano.
The painter Atziri Pérez observing some art pieces.
As I mentioned, it was a night full of artists, from painters, sculptors, photographers to new media artists. This emerging artist wanted a photograph with my painting titled “Your eyes in my mirror” inspired by the short story by Yoana Vargas Magaña.
The artist Gildardo Hernández with his drawing.
Very proud of his work is the artist Darwin Cruz.
Friends walking around the exhibition.
Thanks to my dad I always have the best videos.
Excellent comments of the art exhibition even by a very famous artist who visited it.
Paintings, photographs, video-installation, drawings and scultures were part of this art exhibition.
Melao by Cao is always present with very creative and delicious dessert tables.
Interview with Paco Mesa for the program “Este día” TVT Tabasco the day before the art exhibition.
After the interview in TVT Tabasco with Paco Mesa.
Thank you for reading this first post of the year!
And I wish you the best this 2016!!!
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Photographs by: Guadalupe Vargas Magaña, Gerardo Vargas Hernández and Jesús Adrián Huerta Ascencio.
I would like to thank my great team in life, my family that a deeply love, Gerardo Vargas Hernández, María Elena Magaña Sánchez, Lupita and Yoanita Vargas Magaña.