Ramon Lombarte has recorded the final days of this theatre, has painted the people -performers and public -who lived for the theatre. In the last years there were only a few who still sat in the darkness to watch the scantily dressed dancers.
Artist, curator, professor, editor and gallery owner, has been committed for decades to the creation, editing and promotion of contemporary artists, by participating in art fairs and biennials, as well as in various projects, both on a national and international level.
When he creates a painting, shades and hues transit to new paintings.
José Antonio “Cuco” Morales Velit was born in Lima, Peru in 1956. He trained professionally in arts at the Equipe School and in Art and Communications at the University of Sao Paulo – Brazil. Then he returns to Peru, where he studied drawing in the workshop of Cristina Galvez.
Her characters sometimes approach our ear to whisper a wish, a feeling, a secret or simply with their looks we become complices of their world.
Todor Todorov is a Bulgarian sculptor. He completed his masters at National Academy of Arts in Sofia, Bulgaria and graduated in 1977. Since 1975 he has primarily produced large scale works in the area of public sculpture and elemental sculpture.
Painter and cartoonist of characters, nudes and portraits. Represents with a strange sensuality almost mythical characters, because unreal in the real, out of time although perfectly current. Love the great figures of women with extravagant outfits, voluminous hats and huge and smoky waters.
Eric Lignier is a photographer. After several visual studies of the female body, whilst travelling he came to discover the magic of urban reflections.