This was the exhibition opening in which I had the fortune to have my parents Gerardo Vargas and María Elena Magaña, as well as my sister Lupita cut the inaugural ribbon. Also my friends Victoria Chavez and Cristina Sánchez helped me holding it.
After the last exhibition “El migrante de sueños: Ni el primero ni el último” (in English “The Migrant of Dreams: Neither the first nor the last one”), I realized I had only one month to prepare the next one titled “Look, this is not a selfie!” and because of this not-very-well planning it was really crazy too have it done (OMG!).
The good thing is that a lot of people contributed to have it exhibited by letting me take them photographs. So, I spent days and more days photo shooting, editing and printing the pictures with the main objective of portraying those special characteristics every single person has.
Thus, through the artist’s eyes, it was possible to see the fighters, the scientist, the geologist, the entrepreneur, the princess, the king and his queen, the photographer and so on, discovering the inner self in every look (just wait a little, you will see the photographs in the next posting, then you will tell me what you see!).
I hope you enjoy this opening…
The exhibition just about to be opened.
Checking the music with the DJ before everything started.
The visit of many excellent friends really made the night.
This exhibition also had the participation of the following talented artists: Simone Di Santo, Elda Nallely Flores, Abraham González Roque, Sandra Martell, Carmina Acopa, Chamaly Revelez, Carlos González Vega, Tochiro Gallegos and Oscar Tijerina.
Beautiful artist Elda Nallely Flores going around the gallery.
The artist Carmina Acopa showing her artwork.
My parents along with family friends Pilar Oviedo and Armando Gómez.
The talented soprano Zhara Flaviani created a magical moment with her beautiful voice. Click the link to see a little bit of the exhibition:
Friends also having a good time.
People admiring the artwork from the invited artists Simone Di Santo, Sandra Martell and Chamaly Revelez.
The artist Carmina Acopa seems to be very interested in the conversation.
Adira Uc posing with her dreamy artwork.
Sandra Martell among the emerging artists from Tabasco.
The art gallery “El Jaguar Despertado” is the most important exhibiting place in the state of Tabasco.
My parents posing with their photograph, where I tried to express that they are my King and Queen. I love them so much.
With my dear friends.
Alejandro Ortiz and Astrid Baray.
Let's all have the good time, good time, good time!.
At the end of the exhibition the only thing we wanted was to eat tacos!
Thank you for taking a little time to read this posting!
Next time you will see the complete artwork.
Web page created by: Jonathan Nuño
Photographs by: Guadalupe Vargas Magaña, Gerardo Vargas Hernández and Aurelio Hernández Herrera (Q.E.P.D.).
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.