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The Murcia painter Manuel Páez exhibits his collection "Desidered Paradises" at the San Javier Museum (05/10/2018)

The exhibition of the Murcian painter Manuel Paéz "Paradisus desruidos" inaugurates a new season in the Museum of San Javier of the Exhibition Space Plan launched by the Ministry of Tourism and Culture to promote the talent of the creators of the Region.

The Mayor of San Javier José Miguel Luengo and the Councilman of Culture David Martínez accompanied Manuel Páez last night at the opening of the exhibition that shows the most recent work of the painter of Calasparra in which he updates pictorial techniques of the Renaissance and the Baroque by contributing a theatrical luminosity on topics of mythological base and contemporary aesthetics, sometimes dreamlike and enigmatic.

The author explained that the technique used is based on research on classical techniques but brought to the present time.

He advised to dedicate time "at least to those paintings that capture the look", with a free look, without trying to decipher them in detail.

The mayor José Miguel Luengo highlighted the important contribution of the Manuel Páez exhibition to the cultural autumn in the municipality, while the Councilor for Culture, expressed his satisfaction for having in San Javier with an exhibition of the level of "ruined Parisians" and thanked the opportunity that in this sense provides the Institute of Cultural Industries and Arts of the Region of Murcia (ICA) through this Regional Plan of Exhibition Spaces of which the municipality of San Javier is part.

Manuel Páez has a degree in Fine Arts from the Polytechnic University of Valencia.

He has worked for more than 15 years with the Valencian gallery Vai i 30, with which he has made numerous exhibitions and participated in art fairs such as ARCO and Art Madrid.

He has been an associate professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts of Murcia and currently teaches the subject of Anatomical Sculpture.

He has received different scholarships and recognitions for his work and his work is part of the collections of different municipalities of the Region and Valencia, as well as other national and international ones such as the Infanta Isabel Theater in Madrid, the European Museum of Modern Art of Barcelona (MEAM) or the Museum of Dance of Havana (Cuba).

The exhibition will remain open until November 4.

from Tuesday to Friday from 09:00 to 13:30 and from 16:00 to 18:30 and on Saturdays from 09:00 to 13:30

Source: Ayuntamiento de San Javier

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