The Mazarrón have a new cultural commitment in the Town Hall exhibition space thanks to 'Garden forbidden' Lola Navarro and 'Mood for Love' by José Alcántara.
Councillor for Culture, Alicia Jiménez, has been commissioned to welcome this double exposure where the figure for women is the leitmotif.
The basement houses the large paintings of José Alcántara, which resizes the film format and the argument can be replaced by the frame of the painting, the characters and places that become shapes, and the frame is eternal.
José Alcántara is Senior Technical Specialist in Art and Design Applied to Sculpture by the Art School of Murcia.
The art of Mazarron Lola Navarro, Bachelor of Fine Arts, is deployed for two Town Hall rooms.
The third floor is the original commitment to photography and girlfriends hanging crucified bodies, re-creating the greenhouse effect.
With this particular work, Lola Navarro tries to show the feelings of women, sometimes embroiled in an artificial and superficial world need to express.
On the first floor of Town Hall exhibition space, Lola Navarro has surprised all the participants showing the origin of the world with a giant woman's uterus encouraged to interact with the viewer.
The Mazarrón have until early July to visit 'Garden forbidden' Lola Navarro and 'Mood for Love' by José Alcántara in the Town Hall exhibition space.
José Antonio Alcántara path
Senior Technical Specialist in Art and Design Applied to Sculpture, Art School of Murcia, 2000.
Since 2000 Art is a member of Ground Zero, along with Ana Medina, where he has developed an extensive and profound work of creation and research in the world of sculpture, set design and carnival.
Winner of numerous awards: Second Prize CreaJoven 2000, I CreaJoven Award 2001, Second Prize CreaJoven 2004, in the form of sculpture.
Spain representing the category of sculpture at the XI Biennial of Young Artists from Europe and the Mediterranean, Athens 2003.
Exposing others in the Fourth Edition of Art in intervention areas: The Building, The Age of Rust, Málaga 2002.
Centro Cultural de Arte Moderno, Barcelona 2002.
Promoters and coordinators of the project of urban intervention slide 34, open for Demolition, Espirelia Art, Lorca 2007.
Lola Navarro Morales path
Lola Navarro began his studies at the School of Art in the specialty Murcia top of Sculpture, continuing later with a Bachelor of Fine Arts.
He started his career at the Polytechnic University of Valencia and Murcia ended.
Considered an interdisciplinary artist currently performing art therapy specialty after completing a Masters degree offered by the School of Psychology.
His works of special mention are: Jury Mention in Design and Fashion 89, outdoor painting Cehegín 99, Poster Award parties Mazarrón 07, ESPIRELIA Intervention "HOME Open for Demolition", select your cover for the book "80 Poems And 20 Artists" Carmen Conde exhibited in ARCO 07, Arkeolan Prize at the VIII International Archaeological Film Festival de Bidasoa, Iruma 08, director of production design work "Albas The Phoenician cemetery."
ITALY 09, Intervention in the world of sculpture and public art sculpture "Hand with child" in homage to the late president of the Association for Development Mazarrón, winner of Dentists Murcianos Square, installations, videos and performances on the dematerialization of art, illustrator of "The Magic Path" the author Magdalena Mazarron Vivancos, Exhibitions at the Philadelphia College of Art, USA and is a member of Artists Lorca "Portals of Art."
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón