This Friday, September 13, the hall of the Popular University of Mazarrón located in the CIME building on Avenida de La Constitución will host the opening of the exhibition 'This is not cinema' by Moisés YagÃ¼es.
The works of the sample, based on famous films, do not obey the mere pleasure because their theme is related to the topics that most interest the artist such as loneliness, the impossibility of fruitful communication or inexpressible desire.
Among the films to which YagÃ¼es' works refer are films by Woody Allen, David Lynch, Kim Ki Duk, Frank Capra, Krzysztof Kieslowski, among others.
The project arose in a very natural way, when observing YagÃ¼es as in his production he had several works related to the cinematographic field, free interpretations that could form a series when joining.
The exhibition will be opened by the mayor of Mazarrón, Gaspar Miras, and the Minister of Education and Culture, María Esperanza Moreno, as the exhibition is promoted by the Institute of Cultural Industries of the Arts (ICA) of the Region of Murcia.
The entrance to the inauguration is completely free.
Molinense artist Moisés YagÃ¼es Moisés YagÃ¼es, has been dedicated to creation for more than a decade.
His work has received several awards, such as the first prize of Young Creators of the National Calcography in Madrid, and has shown his work in contemporary art fairs such as ArtMadrid, JustMad, Estampa, Chaco (Chile), Artelisboa (Portugal), AAF Hamburg / London / Brussels, among others.
He has exhibited in galleries in Spain, Germany, USA and Japan.
His work is part of various collections such as the International Center for Graphic Art in Ljubljana (Slovenia), Kloster Bentlage Museum (Germany), Burg Vischering Museum (Germany), Shenzhen (China), National Calcography (Madrid), Pilar and Joan Foundation Miró (Mallorca), Acqui Terme Engraving Museum (Italy), Museum of Contemporary Spanish Engraving (Marbella), CIEC Foundation in Betanzos (A Coruña), or Casa de la Moneda Foundation (Madrid), among others.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón