The artist from Cehegín Ana García Martínez (Ana Gama) exhibits, from today Saturday, her traditional Japanese technique, Gyotaku, in the Archaeological Museum of Cehegín.
In this exhibition, she will introduce us to the Japanese art of Gyotaku, a traditional Japanese technique that consists of the natural impression of an object. In it, “the artist unites the Eastern and the Western and introduces us to her intimacy through her practice. She uses the trace, the register, touching, pressing gently with her fingertips, caressing the poetic, subtly pouring out her love of family and her craft”.
It will start at 7 pm and will be open until the 31st of January. It will be located in the Temporary Exhibition Rooms of the Museum. The exhibition will also be set to music created for the occasion by the bolivian artist Sergio V. Calderón. The exhibition curator will be José J. de León.
Ana García Martínez, a graduate in Fine Arts, is a multifaceted artist who mixes strength and youth with tradition. In this way, “she manages to make us escape from the merely material to dive into a marine universe full of transcendence and spirituality”.