I am quite excited that my practice and artwork will be part of the talk "Mural Art Development: Mexico, Japan, Australia" this Saturday at the Saitama Museum of Modern Art in Japan > 埼玉県立近代美術館
I was interviewed by Australian lecturer Zara Papp (Associate Professor of Saitama University) on regards my artwork, specially my mural work and my links of Mexico-Austraila during these years, as part of the Diego Rivera exhibition at the MOMAS in Saitama Japan. Keep doing what you love and Universe will open the doors for you ;)
MORE INFO about the exhibition:
Saitama Prefectural Museum of Modern Art and winter exhibitions will be held at the opening of the 35th Anniversary exhibition of " Diego Rivera."
Diego Rivera (1886-1957) is an artist representing Mexico in the 20th century. In The 1920 s after the Mexican Revolution, Rivera became a representative of the "Mexican mural movement" in order to convey the thought to the common people, and gathered the world's attention. On the other hand, there are excellent works in portraits and manners and customs.
In this exhibition with the National Art Institute (Miron), the Nagoya City Museum of art and the work of the owners of Japan in Japan, and from the early years of his life, he was able to work with him at the same time. He also introduces the attraction of the modern art of Mexico.
Some of the highlights are about 70 pieces of work and materials from home Mexico! In addition to the full cooperation of Mexico, the National Art Institute (Miron), he also exhibits the works and materials of the major artists of the same period. He also introduced the works and materials of Japanese-style painters who had been involved with Rivera. It's a very wide display.
A variety of related events are held together with " Mexico Starting with a lecture at the National Academy of arts, the university of Saitama University, the university of Saitama University, and the " Museum of art " and the " Museum of art " and " the 20th century art ", The most popular "Museum concert" is performed at the basement center hall.
It also has a donation to the earthquake. The Press has gotten smaller and smaller, but I'd appreciate it if you would help us.
In the world of modern art, Saitama Prefecture, please devote yourself to the world!"