Esperanza Exhibition

It is with great excitement that we can announce ANA’s latest show called ‘Esperanza’ (Hope).

As before, it will be staged in the Old Town Hall in Órgiva, which is such a wonderful venue to show art.

Again, many new artists have joined the ANA family and will be exhibiting their work in this exhibition. The range and quality of the work that will be on show are breathtaking, with prices to match every pocket. There will be paintings, photos, ceramics, sculptures, and even cards to take away as souvenirs.

Gareth Lister, our amazing curator has this to say about our latest show:

Hope, or ‘Esperanza’ as this show is called, expresses a desire to cherish anticipation. The creation of art is intrinsically hopeful. From the beginning of an idea, there is
hope. Through the initial stages and on to completion, hope. There is hope that the work will be well-received and appreciated.

There is hope, too, from the viewer – perhaps that the artist has achieved their hope. A hope that ‘I’, the viewer, can ‘understand’ – or simply a hope to see more.

This exhibition came about as a natural progression to our last exhibition, ‘Tierra Fragil’ (Fragile Earth), in which many of our artists expressed the real and present danger to our world. There would be no expression unless we had hope that change is possible.

Here is a tantalizing preview of what is on offer.

The opening night is Saturday 30th November from 8pm. Bring your friends.

Refreshments will be served.

The opening for our ‘Tierra Fragil’ show was hotter than an oven but this time, wear your winter woollies as autumn is well and truly on us.

At the Old Town Hall, Órgiva – 30th November – 21st December 2019

Opening times:
Sunday and Monday closed.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 5–8.30 pm
Thursday and Saturday: 11–2 pm

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Credits

Poster design by Deo Rajinder
Poster photograph by Carolyn Aigner

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