Exposicion de picasso

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This exhibition of work by Picasso arrives at Puebla, under the name of "Pablo Picasso Ceramics-Carlos Luna Paintings" and open to the public from 18 August 2009 in the Gallery of the “Complejocultural universitario” de la Universidad Autonoma de Puebla. (University Cultural Complex of the Autonomous University of Puebla.)

In the exhibition shows all ceramic paintings did Picasso andtells the story of how does this way of painting has growth. Is very interesting because to see the exhibition and learn the history, it is easier to learn. In the exhibition not only shows thePicasso ceramics also show the paintings of Carlos Luna, which also are the best that he has.

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Pablo Picasso (ceramics)
a little of what I remember is that Picasso discovered ceramics asa form of artistic expression in 1956 when he was 65 years, there are about 4 thousand works originals, which mostly remained in his possession. Also states that some experts said that as Picassowas not a specialist in this discipline their jobs were a bit rough and was very weak because the mud used like canvas. Nevertheless, in pieces like "El Toro Bravo" or the "paloma", is hiscreative genius. In his work brings out its weakness to the African sculptures. Hence, reverting to the magical and surreal beauty of these statuettes for his work as a ceramist.

Carlos Luna(paintings)
Talking about the works of Carlos Luna is known that he is a creator of the new generation that has a long history in the world of plastic for its proposal colorful, attractive andautobiographical. This is a spontaneous and innate artist throughout his life, aware of the need to update, has cultivated and refined his technique. In 1991, leaves his country to stay in Puebla. His yearshere that he left an imprint on his work is seen in the definition of reference points and Afro-Cuban Mexican: autobiographical details, mythological space and reinterpretation of the nature
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