The woman, as well as some important people for the artist Marcos Amorós, mark the theme of the new pictorial exhibition of Town Halls that can be seen both on the second floor and in the basement of the aforementioned building until November 9.
The inauguration of the same was carried out by the painter himself who was accompanied by the mayor of Mazarrón, Gaspar Miras, the Councilor for Culture, Ginés Campillo, and the curator of the exhibition, María José Cárceles.
Amorós explained that "this exhibition is mainly dedicated to women but I have also wanted to pay tribute to people who have been important in my life, mainly women" hence, as the author explained, "bear the title of 'Trikel' that refers to the triple dimension of women, reflecting everything they contribute to society that is a lot and what we have to start to realize. "
The inauguration was, on this occasion, something different because it started with blues music by Amorós, which guitar in hand and with two companions, offered a mini concert at the gates of the emblematic building.
An initiative applauded by the Councilor for Culture, Ginés Campillo, who was very pleased to "bring a new inauguration to Town Hall and more in this case because it is a great show."
Campillo highlighted the importance of women being the protagonist of the exhibition "since the creation comes from the woman, from that feminine figure that is fundamental to our lives, because the creation comes from the woman and little by little we realize that. "
The mayor of Culture added that "to the different exhibitions that we have been programming, some very important novelties will be added to make Mazarrón an important cultural center and a regional reference as it was at the time maintaining and increasing quality".
For his part, the mayor of Mazarrón, Gaspar Miras, thanked the artist "the attention he has had when exhibiting here in Casas Consistoriales and Mazarrón and his City Council will continue to turn to activities such as this, betting on Culture and the commitment to increase the intensity and quality of the samples that, as the Councilor for Culture has said, will continue to be maintained from this government team. "
The first mayor thus opted to "mark the trajectory that we believe Mazarrón deserves by disseminating the most different artistic facets promoting Art and cultural tourism, since every month we open different exhibitions in the exhibition halls that we have in the municipality."
Both Marcos Amorós and the curator of the exhibition, María José Cárceles, praised the work and the willingness and professionalism of the Town Hall technicians "who have made artists feel clothed and treated as artists, which is something that unfortunately not It usually happens in most places, "said Amoros.
Your sample can be visited from 10 am to 2 pm from Monday to Saturday and from 5 pm to 8 pm Thursday and Friday.
Consistorial Houses will keep its doors closed on October 12, October 26 and November 1.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón