1Spot Gallery presents: Guest Artist Series
Urban Crossings :: Urbano Travesía
the Art of Hugo Mariño – Caracas, Venezuela
1Spot Gallery is proud to bring to Phoenix a one-of-a-kind series, featuring talented artists visiting from around the world – leaders in their field, prolific in their exceptional work.
:: Join us for this SPECIAL EXHIBIT: Music and Art from Venezuela! 2 days only! ::
RSVP: Urban Crossings
Urban Crossing / Urbano Travesía: the Art of Hugo Mariño
A look through the eyes of an urban artist
visiting from Caracas, Venezuela
Caracas, capital and largest city in Venezuela,
holds over 3 million inhabitants within a 167 mile radius.
Home of the great “Libertador” of the Americas Simón Bolívar, Caracas is a leading South American city for contemporary Latin American culture, music, and street art.
Inspired by the unique colors, movement, and vibrations of urban city dwelling in Caracas, Hugo reflects on his modern life through color, form, graffiti and other urban artistic expressions.
:: All works for sale for TWO (2) DAYS ONLY ::
JOIN US for the Opening Reception: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14
With LIVE traditional and contemporary Venezuelan music!!
* Ali Salcedo & Eric de Paz
* Marian Marino Hanneken & special guests!
ON THE DECKS: * DJ CRE * Spinning Latin – Breakbeats – House – Soul – World – Fusion
:: HOSTED BY MICHELLE IVETTE PONCE & MARIAN HANNEKEN ::
Saturday, December 14th – 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm – Opening Reception
Sunday, December 15th – 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
918 North 6th Street – Rear
Phoenix, AZ 85004
RSVP: Urban Crossings
:: All Ages :: Refreshments & Spirits ::
:: Free! ::
:: Free Parking (lot & street) ::
Info: Marian @ 480-255-3093
Michelle Ivette Ponce @ 602-281-0697 – firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Artist:
Born in Caracas, Venezuela in 1950, studied Pure Art at the School of Fine and Applied Arts Cristóbal Rojas in Caracas, Venezuela. Studied Graphic Arts at the Graphic Center Cultural Institute and Fine Arts in Venezuela, and in 1975, began studies in Fine Arts Teaching. In 1981 received scholarship from the Ministry of Education to travel to Milan, Italy to pursue studies in Graphic Design at the Istituto Europeo di Design. Upon return to home country begins work as a teacher in drawing and graphic design at the School of Visual Arts Christopher Rojas until 2005. Since 1965, has participated in art exhibits both in Venezuela and internationally, winning four first prizes for Drawing one for Painting. Past exhibits include galleries in Italy, Cuba, Jamaica and the United States.