Tauromaquia

A lo largo de la historia, son muchos los artistas que han sucumbido al arte de la feria taurina. Desde Goya o Picasso a Hemingway . Para MUHER la estética del arte de la feria va más allá del sensacionalismo de la competitividad del toro y torero , es un arte que se reflejó en un compendio de pinturas, escultura y collages que nos acerca todo el colorido de la fiesta nacional, sin considerarse un alegato de ningún tipo, sino una apuesta por lo expresivo y colorista del mundo del toreo. Esta exposición estuvo itinerante durante dos años, consta de 47 piezas entre óleos y gouaches, donde el juego del collage de bordados, pedrerías y lentejuelas se superpone sobre los trazos cromáticos que caracterizan el desarrollo de MUHER. Por la elegancia, el colorido, la propuesta artística tuvo una gran aceptación a todo tipo de publico, incluso que no tiene ninguna relación con lo taurino.

Throughout history, many artists have succumbed to the art of the bullfighting fair. From Goya or Picasso to Hemingway. For MUHER the aesthetics of the Art of the fair goes beyond the sensationalism of the competitiveness of the bull and bullfighter, is an Art that was reflected in a compendium of paintings, sculpture and collages that brings us all the color of the National festival, without being considered an allegation of no kind, but a commitment to the expressive and colorful of the world of bullfighting. This exhibition was itinerant during two years, consisting in 47 pieces between oil and gouaches, where the game of collage of embroidery, rhinestones and sequins overlaps the chromatic strokes that characterize the development of MUHER. For the elegance, the color, the artistic proposal had a great acceptance to all kinds of public, even that has no relation to the bullfighting It is an artistic proposal around the aesthetics of the Fair where the tondo, the circle, the fuchsia and the albero... guide us through an expressionist journey transferred to paintings, sculptures and collages




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