110 AEPE exhibition opened

Last Tuesday, March 10, 2020, at the La Lonja Hall, Casa del Reloj Cultural Center of the Municipal Board of Arganzuela, the inauguration ceremony and awards ceremony of the “110 AEPE” contest took place, which on the occasion of the celebration of the 110 years of the foundation of the Spanish Association of Painters and Sculptors, the President summoned last January.

The event was chaired by José Gabriel Astudillo López, President of the AEPE and was attended by the Vice President, Juan Manuel López-Reina,  some of the members of the Board of Directors, such as Antonio Téllez de Peralta, Carmen Bonilla Carrasco, Fernando de Marta, Ana Martínez Córdoba, and Itziar Zabalza Murillo as well as a large group of exhibitors, partners and friends of the centenary entity.

José Gabriel Astudillo highlighted in his speech the importance of this call with the following words:

On April 15, 2020, the Spanish Association of Painters and Sculptors celebrates 110 years of an existence marked by the wealth of its greatest heritage: its partners.

And it is that for those of us who form this great family of partners of the Spanish Association of Painters and Sculptors, it is a real pride to be members of such an illustrious institution and to be an active part of an entity that continues to renew itself and interact with Spanish society through the World of artistic creation.

Many have been the artists who have allowed with their creative activity to vertebrate over time an association that has come to celebrate the century of existence with an eye on the future. Many are those who continue to make this path today.

These creators, of acclaimed and recognized talent and many others completely anonymous, are not ordinary people, but artists. Only in this way can their capacity for enthusiasm and vocational struggle, creative work and generosity be explained, which they have been wasting over time, and continue to contribute, in favor of the Spanish Association of Painters and Sculptors.

And there have also been men of culture, intellectuals and art-sensitive people who have served it from positions and management positions and still serve selflessly. All of them, anonymous and famous, are today worthy of applause and congratulations.

To fulfill a century of life is a milestone for any cultural entity. It is a great satisfaction to see the result left behind by more than one hundred and ten years of creativity, artistic innovation and dedication to society.

But the Spanish Association of Painters and Sculptors looks to the future, not forgetting the past, writing in the present the illusion of the challenge of continuing to grow the legacy received, of such extraordinary weight in the Spanish cultural world.

They are one hundred and ten years of corporate life at the service of art in Spain under the direction of the great masters of Spanish painting.

There are one hundred and ten years among which more than 9,000 artistic and cultural activities have been developed, more than eighty-six Autumn Rooms have been organized, an endless number of various exhibitions and the important Reina Sofía Prize for Painting and Sculpture, in order premeditated to give the youth that begins their struggle, an occasion to expose the fruit of their dreams and ambitions. Good proof of this is the coincidence that in these competitions all the great masters began their artistic career.

They are, as we say, one hundred and ten years of life oriented in the effort, in the enthusiasm and in the love to the true art of Spain, in which the city of Madrid has become, of the hand of the Spanish Association of Painters and Sculptors , at the forefront of healthy, intelligent and ethical rebellions in this pilgrimage that is artistic life, through dreams and fulfilled realities. Therefore, our next dream is to strengthen an open image of the Association in artistic and cultural circles.

With this motive, in January I called you to make a great show in which to demonstrate the potential of the artists that formed this great family that of the Spanish Association of Painters and Sculptors.

An exhibition that under the title of 110. AEPE, we celebrate in the splendid Exhibition Hall of the Casa del Reloj Cultural Center of the district of Arganzuela, to whom from these lines I wish to thank your support and trust in this institution.

And to you, the artists, the partners that keep this magic alive, the miracle in the midst of the growing disappointment around the world of culture, that you make us vibrate in each new exhibition, that you work every day more to show us the best of you themselves and the extraordinary talent that characterizes you, congratulate you effusively and wish you all the best together with us.

HAPPY 110 AEPE

The exhibition, which can be visited until March 27 and which opened its doors on day 4, has had an extraordinary success of participation, at the end with a total of 114 works between winners and selected, and has included two honorary awards : The 110th Anniversary Painting Medal and the 110th Anniversary Sculpture Medal, as a deserved tribute to 110 years of existence, in addition to different Honorable Mentions.

The jury in charge of performing the selection and qualification work has been formed by José Gabriel Astudillo López, President of the AEPE and Mª Dolores Barreda Pérez, General Secretary of the AEPE, as Secretary of the same, both with voice and without vote, and as directors the directors Alicia Sánchez Carmona, Ana Martínez Córdoba and Itziar Zabalza Murillo, and Luis Vecilla Rivelles, painter and partner of the AEPE chosen at random.

The awards ceremony was presented at the opening ceremony, which turned out to be the following:

PAINTING MEDAL 110 ANNIVERSARY OF THE AEPE, Pepe Linares Molina. Hellensol Oil / canvas 97 x 130

SCULPTURE MEDAL 110 ANNIVERSARY OF THE AEPE, José Manuel Solares. The reader. Resin and earth. 55 x 14 x 14

MENTION OF HONOR, Susana G. Bravo. Crystal wings. Oil / board 90 x 120

MENTION OF HONOR, Carlos Losa. Balance. Acrylic / Canvas 100 x 70

MENTION OF HONOR, Austión Shot. The prodigal son. Cold beaten sheet. 40 x 50 x 100

The artists that make up the 110 AEPE exhibition are the following: Esther Abajo Meléndez – Cristina Agulló – Joaquín Alarcón González – Jesús Alcolea Ríos – Myriam Álvarez de Toledo – Gloria Andrade – Juan Carlos Atroche Medina – Carmen Barba – Leonor Berlanga – Mª José Beltrán Verdes (Nana Beltrán) – Carmen Bonilla – Martina Cantero – Manuela Carcelén – Paloma Casado – Gloria Cediel – Ángela Cepeda – Luis Condado Ayuso – Pilar Cortés – Carmen Charro – Enrique Delgado Contreras – Rosa Díaz – Sopetrán Doménech – Carmen Espinosa – Carmelo Esteban – Mar Esteban – Maribel Estévez García – Marta Estévez Jorge – Araceli Fernández Andrés – Mª Pilar Fernández Antón (Pilar Feran) – Diego Fernández – Elena Fernández Camazón (Helen Fernández) – Karlos Fernández Eguia (Karfereguia) – Joaquín Fernández Igual – José Luis Fiol Valero – Mª Esther Flórez – Manuel Fournier – Francisco José Franco Ramírez de Arellano (Arellano) – Javier Fuentes Morán – Susana García Bravo (Susana G. Bravo) – M. García García – Ángeles García-Quismondo – José García Martínez (Gamar) – Carmen García Mesás (Naná Messás) – Rafael Gómez Mena (Mena) – Eva González – Larissa González Martínez (Larisa G. Rush) – Mª Luisa González Ossorio – Argentina González Tamames – Lydia Gordillo Pereira – Mª Mar Haro Ruiz – Teiji  Ishizuka – Antonio Izquierdo – Victoria Jáimez – Rosa Lecumberri – Pablo Linares (Acuarela Revolution) – Pepe Linares Molina – Toñi López. Aquafonía Toñi López – Enrique López Sardón – Ian Lorenzo – Paulino Lorenzo Tardón (Paulino L. Tardón) – Carlos Losa – Juan Ramón Luque Ávalos – Felipe de Madariaga – María R. Maluenda – Juan Antonio Marbán – Fernando de Marta – José Luis Martín de Blas Aguado – Teresa Martín Sánchez de Rojas – Raquel Mayor – Sirgo Medeles Pimentel – Jaime Mestres Estartús (Estartús) – Geanina Miler – Isabel Monfort – Vicente Moya Gallego – Antonio Municio – Concha Muñoz – Pedro Muñoz – Julio Murciego – Pilar Navamuel – Concha Navarro – Ángel Navas (Navas D Velázquez) – Erika Nolte – Julio Nuez – José Luis Ortega Flórez de Uria (Flórez de Uría) – Feli Ortega Heras – Mª Ángeles Palomeque Messía – Fernando Peña Corchado (Leodegario) – José Antonio de la Peña García – Juan Pérez Galiana (Galiana) – Jesús Pérez Hornero – Regina Pérez Alonso – Juan Francisco Pérez-Rosas Hidalgo – Luis Pereira – José Pablo Puente Jerez (Puente Jerez) – Pura Ramos – Gerardo Rodríguez Granda – Manolo Romero – Fuensanta Ruiz Urien (Fuensanta R. Urien) – Cristina Sánchez – Avelina Sánchez-Carpio – Lola Santos – Teresa Sanz Arroyo  – Jorge Andrés Segovia Gabucio – José Manuel Solares – Arturo Tejero – Antonio Téllez de Peralta – Austión Tirado – Adela Trifán (Adelacreative) – Lena Ustinova – Mª Luisa Valero – José Valladares Moreno – Leovigildo J. Cristóbal Valverde – Mª Dolores Verdú (Flor Verdú) – José Zahonero Vera.

110 AEPE

On the 110th anniversary of the foundation

of the Spanish Association of Painters and Sculptors

From March 4 to 27, 2020

La Lonja Exhibition Hall

Casa del Reloj Cultural Center

Paseo de la Chopera, 6-10

28045 Madrid

Metro: Legazpi (lines 3, 6)

Bus: 62, 6, 78, 148

More information, photographs and the digital catalog published for that reason, on this website, tab “Certificates and Awards”, subtab “110 AEPE”.

 

Francisco Carrillo and Austión Tirado, winners of “Nocturno”

The plastic tribute of the Spanish Association of Painters and Sculptors

and the Diputación de Toledo to the famous Toledo Azarquiel

The cartoonist and painter from Jaén Francisco Carrillo González and the sculptor of Mota del Cuervo (Cuenca) Austión Tirado, have been the artists awarded the “Azarquiel” Medal in the painting and sculpture modalities respectively, of the “Nocturne” contest, called by the Spanish Association of Painters and Sculptors and the Diputación de Toledo on the occasion of the commemoration of the 990th anniversary of the birth of the Toledan Azarquiel, one of the most important Hispano-Arab astrologers and geographers whose fame and influence spread throughout Europe until the sixteenth century.

In addition, the consecrated sculptor Pedro Ania and the painters Sara Calderón and Mª José Sánchez de San Lorenzo, known artistically as “Mares”, have obtained an “Honorable Mention” for their work, which the Jury formed by Mª Dolores Barreda Pérez, Ana Martínez, the prestigious painter and portraitist Ricardo Sanz, Itziar Zabalza Murillo, Enrique García Gómez, Mª Dolores de Ancos Alonso-Barajas and Enrique Toledo Brasal wanted to recognize in a special way.

In the opening ceremony of the exhibition “Nocturno” also took place the reading of the jury’s decision and the awards ceremony, which was chaired by the Vice President of the Diputación de Toledo, Maria Angeles Garcia Lopez, the President of the Spanish Association of Painters and Sculptors, José Gabriel Astudillo López, the people in charge of the San Clemente Cultural Center, Dolores de Ancos Alonso-Barajas and Enrique Toledo, as well as the curator of the exhibition, Mª Dolores Barreda Pérez, General Secretary of the Spanish Association of Painters and Sculptors and Art Critic, and the coordinator Itziar Zabalza Murillo, renowned artistic professional who performs a job as cultural manager and the famous portraitist and member of the Jury, Ricardo Sanz.

The magnificent work that has led to the San Clemente Cultural Center, whose splendid facilities and high level of exhibition make this so different and particular show possible, make Toledo once again, the artistic center of Spain during the two months that the exhibition remains open.

At the San Clemente Cultural Center in Toledo and until next June 29, you can visit the exhibition that shows a total of 63 works of artists from all over Spain that has reinterpreted the views and skies of the city of Toledo adapting them to the “Nocturne” technique, so appropriate to the character being commemorated,

The result is an exhibition of works that flees from manidas, by repeated although one by magnificent and always imposing, views of the city, so identifying their idiosyncrasies, centered in the sky and the night of Toledo, and in that same sky it meant for Europe, for all the known world, almost 990 years ago.

The same sky of Toledo that inspired the impressive work of Azarquiel, is the protagonist of a sample that is also innovative, since with this theme, there have been exhibitions in Europe for decades.

All this way of seeing the sky so different from what we are used to, is what gives this show a totally contemporary and innovative art, which in addition to using the traditional artistic techniques for its creation, uses them to bring ideas to the deeper viewer and enhance their feelings of the Toledo sky.

The exhibition is an excellent opportunity to contemplate the works of renowned artists in the Spanish art scene, with their special and particular proposals for the proposed theme.

The list of artists present in the exhibition is as follows:

Rosa Mª Abellán Requena – Joaquín Alarcón González – Melquiades Alvarez-Buylla (Abuylla) – Pedro Ania – José Gabriel Astudillo López – Carmen Bonilla – Sara Calderón González – Martina Cantero – Francisco Carrillo Rodríguez  – Paloma Casado – Alfredo Copeiro del Villar – Ramón Córdoba Calderón – Pilar Cortés López – Macarena del Moral Fernández – Elena Díaz Sáez – Sopetrán Doménech Llorente – Mariluz Dupont – Carmen Durán Sanz – Mª Dolores Flores Verdú (Flor Verdú) –  Margarita Gámez Cornejo – Victoria Gándara Adán – Nina García González – Ana García Pulido (Ana G. Pulido) – Agustín Helguera Solanet – Ivelina Ivanova Ivanova – Juan Manuel López-Reina – Paulino Lorenzo Tardón – María R. Maluenda – Tomy Marín – Teresa Martín Sánchez de Rojas –  Victoria Moreno Boyano – Pedro Muñoz Mendoza – Pilar Navamuel Rojo – Julio Nuez – Javier Ortás González- Mila Ortíz Martín – Avelina Prieto Sánchez-Carpio (Avelina Sánchez-Carpio) – Samuel Pires Rodrigues (Samuel Rodrigues) – Miguel Muñoz Gómez-Platero (Platero) – Maravillas Recio (Mavi Recio) – Cristóbal Rodríguez Leiva (Cristóbal Leiva) – Mª José Sánchez (Mares) – Alicia Sánchez Carmona – Gloria Santacruz Tarjuelo – Mª Dolores Santos (Lola Santos) – Emilio Sotomayor Rodríguez – Arturo Tejero Esteban – Antonio Téllez de Peralta – Austión Tirado

From May 17 to June 29, 2019

Exhibition Hall of the San Clemente Cultural Center

Provincial Council of Toledo

Plaza de Padilla, 2

45002 Toledo

Monday to Friday from 10 am to 2 pm and 4 pm to 7 pm.

Saturdays from 12 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sundays closed

Free entrance

“Don Quixote de Samper” in Daimiel

Daimiel hosts from April 5 the exhibition “EL QUIJOTE DE SAMPER” with paintings by José Luis Samper, Salvador Samper and Sculptures of Austión Tirado, shows that he has visited several towns in La Mancha in recent years, the most recent in October last course in the Quixote Museum of Ciudad Real with a great success of public, surpassing the 4000 Visits. The inauguration that took place in the House of Culture of Daimiel was entertained on guitar by Miguel Herreros.

Although the work of José Luis Samper (1933-2006) was created shortly before the celebration of the fourth centenary of the publication of the first part of Don Quixote, it was in 2012, once the author died, that he would see for the first time the light before the public at the Municipal Museum of Alcázar de San Juan. Since then it has been exhibited in the Museum that bears the name of the artist, José Luis Samper Museum, in the Domus Artis Exhibition Hall, in the Quintanar Hermitage of the Order and the Don Quixote Museum in C.Real.

José Luis Samper

Jose Luis Samper favorite son of the town of Alcala de San Juan in La Mancha presents us a satirical Quixote with a certain manchego humor in contrast with the sobriety of realism that define his painting throughout the more than 50 years of artistic career. A total of 40 works, most of which are watercolors and in which the artist presents the adventures of our most famous ambassador from La Mancha and his faithful squire in his most important adventures throughout the two parts of such a famous literary work, and he does so with a youthful touch in most of the occasions and sometimes with the seriousness that the moment requires to capture, such as the death of Don Quixote or the return to his home after the defeat after the battle with the Knight of the White Moon. The separate exhibition of the artistic value of the artist’s brushstroke from La Mancha, has a didactic and pedagogical character since each work is accompanied by its corresponding text to place the viewer in the exact moment and chapter to which Samper wants to take us.

Salvador Samper

Along with the work of José Luis Samper, we can appreciate the work of Salvador Samper, son of the artist who pays homage to both Don Quixote and his father. Salvador Samper whose work has been exhibited in different European countries and has several prizes of young artists to his credit as well as the first prize in the International Painting Competition of Alcázar de San Juan, presents different images of the work of José Luis rendering a tribute to his teacher. A work with lots of color and full of both aesthetic and conceptual messages. We can see in this exhibition both generations with two very different visions of the personality of Don Quixote. Two styles, two messages, two realities, father and son showing their works once more to the delight of the spectator.

Austión Tirado

As a guest artist, we meet the sculptor Austión Tirado who participates for the second time in such a great proposal. The work of Austión Tirado consciously allows a journey through our interior from recognition, identity and understanding, and thus make the visitor participate, leading to an encounter with his true Self. The visitor will be immersed in a host of emotions and experiences that activate the language of the senses, as in the eternity of sound with a simple untouchable gesture, in the fragrance of the recognized or simply savoring each experience with the authenticity of ourselves. A work with a touch purely manchego with winks to the work of Cervantes.

The exhibition that has the patronage and organization of the City Council of Daimiel, the Provincial Council of Ciudad Real, Quinarte and the Cultural Association José Luis Samper Museum can be visited until April 30 in the Exhibition Hall of the House of Culture of Daimiel with a schedule of visits from 18.00 to 20.30 and holidays from 12.00 to 14.00

inaugurated the III living room of realistic art of the AEPE

On November 6, 2018, in the Exhibition Hall Eduardo Úrculo, belonging to the Municipal Board of Tetuán, took place the opening ceremony of the III Realistic Art Salon of the AEPE, which with a very high participation rate, seems to have consolidated in the exhibition calendar of the centenary institution.

The event was chaired by José Gabriel Astudillo López, President of the Spanish Association of Painters and Sculptors, and was attended by the Vicepresident, Juan Manuel López Reina, and various members of the Board of Directors, such as the Members Alicia Sánchez Carmona, Antonio Téllez, Carmen Bonilla Carrasco and the Presidency Advisor, Itziar Zabalza Murillo.

The exhibition, which will run until November 30, has 39 works by different authors, and has also had the José Villegas Cordero Painting Medal and the Juan Cristóbal Sculpture Medal, created for the occasion in the last edition, as well as as four Honorable Mentions.

The Jury in charge of the selection and qualification of the III Hall of Realist Art has been constituted by: José Gabriel Astudillo López, President of the AEPE, acting as President of the Jury and Mª Dolores Barreda Pérez, Secretary General of the AEPE, as Secretary of the same, both with voice and without vote; and as members of the board Carmen Bonilla, Paloma Casado and Alicia Sánchez Carmona and Alejandro Alcázar de Velasco, painter and partner chosen at random.

In the opening ceremony the prizes were handed out, which turned out to be the following:

Painting Medal José Villegas Cordero, endowed with Medal and diploma to Milagros Rodríguez Bautista. By the mouth dies the fish. Mixed / table. 100 x 81

Sculpture Medal Juan Cristóbal, endowed with Medal and diploma Austión Tirado. Mi ser y yo. Chapa batida en frío. 112 x 52 x 50

Honorable Mention, endowed with a diploma to José Antonio De la Peña. ¿Por qué?. Grafito / papel Canson. 65 x 50

Honorable Mention, endowed with a diploma to Christian Mera. El niño José Luis Cuevas. Óleo / lienzo. 60 x 60

Honorable Mention, endowed with a diploma to Cristóbal Leiva. El escondite. Resina, pintura, ácido, acrílicos y hierro. 40 x 17 x 17

Honorable Mention, endowed with a diploma to Lola Santos. Adonis III. Terracota alta temperatura patinada. 48 x 30 x 35

The artists participating in the exhibition of this III Hall of Realist Art are: Joaquín Alarcón – Joaquín Besoy – Nicolás Blanco Muelas – Alfonso Calle – Martina Cantero – Manuela Carcelén – José Javier Castrillo Sierra – José Antonio De la Peña – Sopetrán Doménech Llorente – Ricardo Domínguez Corcuera (Ricardo Corcuera) – Helen Fernández – Federico García Zamarbide – Manuel Gascón -Eva González Morán – Mª Luisa González Ossorio – Lydia Gordillo – Dorothee Heiden – Antonio Izquierdo Ortega – Juan José Lozano – Carmen Marcos –  David Martín Rus (David Rus) – Leocadio Melchor Rodríguez – Christian Mera – Antonio Municio – Concha Muñoz – Javier Muñoz Barrios – Pedro Muñoz Mendoza – José Ramón Muro – Beatriz Olabarría del Corral – Jesús Pérez Hornero – Juan Francisco Pérez Somalo – Milagros Rodríguez Bautista – Cristóbal Rodríguez Leiva (Cristobal Leiva) – Lola  Santos – Esdras Serna – Antonio Téllez de Peralta – Austión Tirado

 

III Salón de Arte Realista de la AEPE

6 a 30 de noviembre de 2018

Inauguración y entrega de premios:

6 de noviembre de 2018, 19 h.

Salas de Exposiciones “Eduardo Úrculo” 

Junta Distrito de Tetuán

Plaza Donoso, 5

28029 Madrid

De lunes a sábado, de 9 a 21’30 h. Domingos y festivos: cerrado

Metro: Ventilla (línea 9)

Bus: 177, 42

 

 

Austión Tirado exhibits in Cuenca

The partner Austión Tirado inaugurated last August 31 the exhibition titled Why are you here ?, in the Exhibition Hall of the Diputación de Cuenca (C / Aguirre, 1. Cuenca) and that can be visited until September 13 in hours from 12 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 18 to 21 h. from Mondays to Sundays.

Why are you here? It is an exhibition that does not offer you answers, but it takes you to them.

This is how R. Rodríguez explains:

From our body we are grammar, to activate our senses in each created space, inducing the path that leads to open the door to our mother tongue “origin” The INSTANT.

Consciously allows a journey through our interior from recognition, identity and understanding, and thus make the visitor participate, leading to an encounter with his true Self.

The visitor will be immersed in a host of emotions and experiences that activate the language of the senses, as in the eternity of sound with a simple untouchable gesture, in the fragrance of what is recognized or simply savoring each experience with the authenticity of ourselves.

Inducing the visitor to observe the exhibition from the only vision of truth that we have … that of the interior, a free reality that belongs to all of us equally.

The exhibition project revolves around the work of the sculptor Austion Tirado.

His artistic interest is especially for sculpture, very personal pieces that show his innermost being in each work.

Drawing on personal experiences to capture it and reach the public as much as possible.

“In the wonderful world of creation … There is nothing that moves me more, that caresses my spirit so deeply, as the knowledge that you have loved the created work from the beginning to the end “.