Galleria Dante Features Four Mexican Artists
Published Jan 23, 2013, 12:05pm -
In its next exhibition, opening reception to take place on January 25 with cocktails 6 - 10 pm, Galleria Dante and it’s sibling, AnDante, will showcase four Mexican artists: Guillermo Brockmann, Alvaro Zardoni, Israel Zzepda and Edgar Martínez. Guillermo Brockmann, better known as Pipo, was born in Mexico City and raised in Guadalajara. He is the son of a Mexican architect and an American painter. He received his BFA from the Rhode Island School of design and his MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art. Alvaro Zardoni, born in Mexico City's "Colonia Roma" neighborhood, studied painting and drawing at Irene Lindroth's studio from 1975 to 1988. He started to work in sculpture in an independent way, experimenting with various materials until he settled on bronze. His sculpture, mostly figurative, is usually accompanied by different found objects that reinforce the original idea of each piece.
Israel ZZepda who was born in 1971 just celebrated his 26th Anniversary as a professional artist. He has been painting and drawing for more than 35 years, but also sculpts in paper mache, bronze & cast aluminum. Edgar Martinez born in Toluca, Mexico came to Vallarta at the age of 6. He studied art for 5 years in Guadalajara. He feels inspired and influenced by the great masters, but has worked diligently to create his own style, compositions and perspective through his study of their masterpieces.
The exhibition takes place alongside Basilio Badillo’s Southside Shuffle, an excellent opportunity to acquaint yourself with the popular’s street many offerings, including art galleries, jewelries, restaurants and much more.
Source: Galleria Dante