La otra exposición que inauguramos: El Flamenco por Ojos Chinos es un proyecto socio-artístico, singular y único en la relación cultural entre España y China que surge a raíz de unas conferencias sobre el Flamenco, impartidas por el Museo del Baile Flamenco en Noviembre del 2014. A partir de ahi, un grupo de estudiantes de Bellas Artes se pusieron manos a la obra para dibujar y pintar el Flamenco y como resultado, el próximo 3 de octubre se inaugura una exposición con las 13 obras finalistas de las 81 que se presentaron al concurso.
Más información en esta misma Web: Exposición El Flamenco visto por Ojos Chinos
We open on October 3 the exhibitions: Flamen’Comic and Flamenco by Chinese Eyes at 20.30 hrs. These expositions will be in our museum until January 2016 and can be visited every day from 10.00 to 19.00 hrs.
The exhibition of drawings by Eddie Pons can be visited from October 3, 2015 to January 10, 2016. The French Institute in Seville and the Museum of Flamenco Dance Cristina Hoyos are pleased to invite you to Flamen’comic a exhibition that brings the humorous drawings by French artist Eddie Pons. His work is the result of a story of love and friendship with Andalucía, singing and dancing, which the artist mixes in his drawings with tenderness and irony. Illustrations of musicians, singers and bulls mix without complex with Picasso and the Mona Lisa, the Giralda or Dark Vador to end all together around a vessel in the river Guadalquivir.
With this exhibition, the artist renews its fidelity to the south of Spain, which he says to be inspired from each trip that makes to Andalusia and pushes him to transmit, with its subtle line, the emotion that overwhelms him. The exhibition brings together some forties humorous drawings in black and white or color, designed especially by and for Seville.
Flamenco by Chinese Eyes is the other exposition we open. A socio-artistic, singular and unique project in the cultural relations between Spain and China stems from lectures about Flamenco, issued by the Flamenco Dance Museum in November 2014. From there, a group of art students got down to work to draw and paint the Flamenco and as a result, the October 3 an exhibition of the 13 finalists of the 81 that were submitted to the contest opens. More info: Exposición El Flamenco visto por Ojos Chinos