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Oswaldo Vigas' artworks will go all over LatinAmerica

Oswaldo Vigas' artworks will go all over LatinAmerica

Posted by Dubraswka Aguilar on September 11, 2014

Oswaldo Vigas 1943-2013, an exhibition formed by 70 paintings and y 6 sculptures, will go on a tour through the American continent so the audience can admire an important selection of the artwork of this fine artist who passed way last April.

The first place where the artwork will be exhibited, that is sponsored by the curator Bélgica Rodríguez, is the Museum of Contemporary Art in Lima. Then it will go to cities such as Santiago de Chile, Bogota, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, Panama City, and Mexico City, the tour also includes some cities in the United States.

The artwork of the Valencian artist stands out, along his entire career, by a deep sense of belonging to the American continent. This is expressed through images of cosmogony character that refer to the nature (mineral, vegetal and animal elements) and the feminine beauty, which mythically links earth and life origin.

Vigas is one of the fine artists more recognized nationally and internationally. He is considered a pioneer of the Latin-American art with artists such as Szyszlo, Lam,  Matta, Tamayo or Guayasamín, his artwork, made between France and Venezuela, is a synthesis of the cultural roots of Latin America and the most recent fine trends of the modernity

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