The new space in the city hosts works by 31 national and international artists with different languages
‘Heroes and villains’ is the name given to the exhibition with which the Murcia Old Prison Center for Contemporary Culture kicks off the season. An exhibition that will mean not only a reunion between the Murcian public and contemporary art, but also an opportunity to enjoy a proposal with national and international participation and wide projection.
The exhibition, organized by the Department of Culture and the Institute of Art and Culture, and curated by Eva Hernández Calderón, was inaugurated on Thursday by the mayor of Murcia, José Antonio Serrano. ‘Heroes and villains’ includes more than 50 works of painting, sculpture, photography, installations and ‘nfts’ by 31 national and international artists. A unique experience with languages as different as realism, expressionism, surrealism, hyperrealism and all kinds of figurations. Specifically, you can see works by Perrilla, Juan Piza, Thomas Kuebler, Eva Montoro, Pedro Sandoval, Joan Priego, Jan Valdés, Diego Aznar, Mark Gleason, Julián Orgaz, Penrider, Virginie Barré, Zoe Moss, Peter Zelei, Hans Kuyper , Martin Beck, Reme Amorós, Philipp Liehr, Fred Stonehouse, Paul Neberra, Jorge Pérez Parada, Kerstin Jedwill, Eugenio Merino, Luciano Sánchez, Teresa Guerrero, Javier Martínez, Mariano Vargas, Javier Granados, Antonio de Felipe, Pablo Ruiz and Marcos Santos .
The exhibition can be visited until mid-October, from Tuesday to Saturday, from 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
During the opening ceremony, with a large audience, the mayor of Murcia highlighted “the wide projection of an exhibition that enriches a modern and avant-garde space open to all Murcians where they will find numerous reasons to walk through its rooms and appreciate the art of high-level authors, like those who participate on this occasion».
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