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Culture adds to the Plan of Expositive Spaces two new simultaneous samples in Calasparra (01/06/2017)

In the framework of this initiative of the regional government, the artist Noemí Yepes will make a guided visit to Santomera tomorrow in her exhibition 'Eka Abassic'

The Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Environment offers two new simultaneous exhibitions in Calasparra, within the Plan of Exhibition Spaces promoted by the regional government and whose implementation has already announced this week the Minister of Tourism, Culture and Environment, Javier Celdrán.

The painter Ana López Bravo and the artists of the group 'From the Visible to the Invisible', formed by Juan Llort, Pedro Antonio Abril and Ginés Hernández, exhibit their works from tomorrow, at 20:30 hours, in the Hall Exhibitions of the main street of the municipality.

Ana López Bravo brings together her works under the title 'De visivo en la música', an exhibition in which she realizes a union of sensations through a project based on music.

The artist gives a pictorial form in her works to musical concepts.

On the other hand, the collective 'From the Visible to the Invisible' exhibits his work in an exhibition in which the various forms of expression of the artists are merged and grouped, ranging from the realistic work of Pedro Antonio Abril passing through the abstract Of Joan Llort and the figurative of Ginés Hernández.

The director general of the Institute of Cultural Industries and Arts, Marta López-Briones stated that "the Plan Spaces Exhibition about the cultural projects of local and emerging artists to society, spreading their work among the public of the Region."

The head of the ICA said that "within the initiative promoted by the regional government, the first exhibitions of Murcian creators are already being implemented," and recalled that "during 2017 a total of 54 samples will be seen in the municipalities."


Ana López Bravo (Calasparra, 1983) holds a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Murcia.

He has participated in individual and collective exhibitions and has given painting workshops.

He has also made various artistic works for Brotherhoods of Holy Week in the Region.

The group, for its part, is born within the Cultural Association Mulilla Torda Calasparra, which groups more than forty artists from various disciplines.

This group has made several individual and collective exhibitions in different parts of the Region and has received numerous awards.

Guided tour in Santomera

Within the Plan of Exhibition Spaces, the white artist Noemí Yepes also plans to perform a guided tour of her exhibition 'Eka Abassic' tomorrow, at 8:00 p.m., which can be seen until June 8 in Sala Casa Grande de Santomera.

The young artist presents on this occasion an exhibition made up of ten sculptures dedicated to women and nature.

It is an exhibition that will soon visit other exhibition halls of the national territory.

Noemí Yepes (Blanca, 1994) graduated in Fine Arts and has exhibited her works in individual and collective exhibitions of different Spanish cities.

Source: CARM

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