fabulous exhibition of paintings by brilliant Argentinean Artist Ricardo Cinalli
fabulous exhibition of paintings by brilliant Argentinean Artist Ricardo Cinalli in Lahore
“DERIVATIONS and Deformations of The Flowers of Evil” is the title of the fabulous exhibition of paintings by brilliant Argentinean Artist Ricardo Cinalli which was inaugurated by H.E. the Ambassador of the Argentine Republic Roldolfo J. Martin Saravia at NCA’s Zahoor-ul-Akhlaq Gallery on Wednesday. The paintings by Cinalli, a refreshing and enlightening experience for the art lovers, proved to be a grand event mainly due to the interest of the significant number of artists, art teachers, students and art lovers in the impressive work by this talented artist from Argentine. Another important aspect of this unique exhibition was that it was the third exhibition of Argentine’s Art in Lahore. the news
Ricardo Cinalli’s paintings exhibition appreciated at at the Zahoorul Aklaaq Gallery, NCA
LAHORE: A painting exhibition by Ricardo Cinalli, ‘Derivations and Deformations of the Flowers of Evil’, was held at the Zahoorul Aklaaq Gallery, NCA on Wednesday evening.
Ambassador to Argentine Rodolfo J Martin Saravia arranged the event in which 35 pieces were displayed. Faqeer Ejazuddin and Nayyar Ali Dada were the chief guests of the event whereas an art savvy crowd attended the exhibition of the celebrated artist.
The artist brought his work to Pakistan as he believed that people all over the world could relate to art. The senior artist told media that he felt great by exhibiting his work in Lahore owing to the warm response of the people.
Rodolfo said that Ricardo Cinalli had pushed the conventional boundaries of the world of art by bringing his work to the city. He said that although Argentina and Pakistan were distant on the globe, nevertheless, both the countries had been brought closer through art. The exhibition will conclude tomorrow (Friday).
LAHORE – Argentine Ambassador Rodolfo J Martin Saravia, the Aitcheson College principal, Lahore Museum Board Chairman Faqir Aijazuddin and Nayyar Ali Dada inaugurated the painting exhibition of a well known-Argentinean painter, Ricardo Cinalli, at the National College of Arts Wednesday evening.
The painting exhibition was titled “Les Fleurs du Mal Transgressions and Deviations”.
Highly ranked local authorities, diplomats, art lovers, journalists, students and personalities from all walks of life attended the event. It was the second art exhibition organised in 2011 by the embassy.
Cinalli said he was visiting Pakistan for the first time and referred to his work in the exhibition. He said “to have a nightmare, you need to dream. Nightmares are those dreams that allow us to visit the goodness and the ugliness, the improbable and the probable, both. In these line drawings, the artist intends to reflect not only some elements of cubism, but also contemplation, togetherness, fantasies, and the magical possibility of beauty in a background of utter disorder.” The artist has used gold, diamonds, ink and pencil on paper to create this unique world of humans and a space where solitude matters. Using very few colours to adorn one piece, Cinalli has made several stamps upon his own style. He also makes very loose outlines for his faces or figures. The exhibition was also inaugurated in Islamabad. Nayyar Ali Dada said a real artist was one who could draw. The test of art was in fact in the drawing itself. “His work is very impressive and has an element of Picasso’s cubism in it,” he said. Meanwhile, Martin Saravia said he was pleased to exhibit the work of this great and well-known Argentinean artist in Pakistan and build cultural bridges across Pakistan and Argentine. He added that the event also marked the 60th Anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries. Pakistan today