El 9 de octubre se inaugura el V Salón de Arte Realista de la AEPE

La Sala de Exposiciones “Eduardo Úrculo” de la Junta del Distrito de Tetuán, acogerá desde el día 5 y hasta el próximo 29 de octubre, la exposición colectiva del V Salón de Arte Realista, que organiza la Asociación Española de Pintores y Escultores, para la que se han seleccionado casi medio centenar de  obras, incluyendo esculturas, y en la que participan reconocidos artistas del panorama contemporáneo español.

Pese a que estará abierta al público desde el día 5, no será hasta el viernes 9 de octubre cuando se inaugure oficialmente y se lleve a cabo la entrega de premios, con todas las medidas sanitarias contempladas por la ley, los protocolos de apertura al público y los requisitos necesarios para garantizar la seguridad de los visitantes, en un espacio perfectamente adaptado a la situación actual.

En el año 2015, la Asociación Española de Pintores y Escultores creó dos Salones bien opuestos y diferenciados, pero que ya han conseguido conquistar los corazones de los amantes del arte.

Nos referimos al Salón de Arte Abstracto y el Salón de Arte Realista, nacido para hacer del arte figurativo o hiperrealista una continua experiencia creadora que aporta todo tipo de conocimientos y la belleza de otra realidad, que sólo está en las manos de los artistas.

El Salón de Arte Realista de la AEPE, constituye una cita grandiosa, una excelente oportunidad de presentar el talento y la calidad de todos los artistas y cuenta con dos premios instituidos especialmente para honrar a los fundadores de la centenaria entidad y para terminar de reconocer la importancia que esta cita tiene en el calendario expositivo de la entidad: la Medalla de Pintura José Villegas Cordero y la Medalla de Escultura Juan Cristóbal.

Tras la eclosión del arte vanguardista que caracterizó el siglo XX, y del arte comercial del “todo vale”, el realismo contemporáneo ha venido para capitanear una gran corriente que cada día más, cautiva a los enamorados del arte y viene a complementar y completar la era post-abstracta que vivimos.

El realismo, con todas sus gamas y matices, es el protagonista absoluto de una exposición que cumple ya su quinta edición y sigue emocionando a los artistas y al público en general, que saben muy bien distinguir como merece el arte moderno representativo.

Tanto si se hablamos de realismo como de fotorrealismo o neorrealismo, este Salón viene a ser un gran estallido de emoción, colores, formas en los que una nueva generación de artistas vienen a demostrar su tradición de la pintura realista y figurativa con una moderna concepción y conciencia contemporánea y una técnica influenciada por otros movimientos que capturan lo cotidiano con la plenitud de técnicas usadas que requieren una preparación y método clásico, base formal de un resultado como el que hoy admiramos.

Tanto el Salón de Arte Abstracto que se celebró el pasado mes de abril, como el Salón de Arte Realista han terminado de consolidarse como dos de las más importantes citas del calendario de convocatorias que mantiene la centenaria Asociación Española de Pintores y Escultores.

Son muchos los socios y amigos que hacen del arte realista una fuente de reflexión y de conocimiento que a todos nos enriquece.

En la confluencia de estilos y vanguardias, el realismo necesita tener un espacio propio y una visibilidad bien definida, y bajo estas premisas, hacer que este arte un modelo eterno de belleza en el que el arte puede recrearse y que a todos nos enriquecerá.

Resulta de esta forma, una maravillosa exposición de arte contemporáneo de los socios y artistas que para la ocasión han sido seleccionados, siguiendo estrictos criterios de calidad y excelencia.

Celebramos así el V Salón de Arte Realista que contempla dos recompensas y Medallas para hacer de esta cita un merecido encuentro cuyo resultado es el que podemos ver en esta magnífica exposición y en la que conseguimos hacer de esta cita una grandiosa oportunidad de presentar el talento y la calidad que tienen todos y cada uno de los socios de la Asociación Española de Pintores y Escultores.

Los artistas seleccionados en esta ocasión para integrar la exposición del V Salón de Arte Realista de la AEPE son:

Joaquín Alarcón              

Lorena Aguirre Ramírez

Cristina Agulló Tecles    

Alejandro Aynós Romero                          

Asunción Bau   

Joaquín Besoy 

María José Carmezim   

Gloria Cediel     

Pilar Cortés       

Rosa Díaz

José Domínguez             

Mar Esteban

Elena Fernández Camazón (Helen Fernández)

Karlos Fernández Eguia (KarferEguia)

José María Fernández Martín (José María Martín)         

Mª Esther Flórez            

Francisco José Franco Ramírez de Arellano (Arellano)  

Raffaella Freyre              

Javier Fuentes 

Federico García Zamarbide        

Loly González de Mata (Loly G. de Mata)

Juan Antonio González Sáiz – Juanchi    

Cristina Iglesias Mauri (Cristina Jobs)

Juan José Jiménez Sánchez       

Manuel López Moya     

Enrique López Sardón  

Ian Lorenzo       

Juan Ramón Luque Ávalos         

Teresa Martín Sánchez de Rojas             

Ricardo Mas      

Pepa Miranda  

Jordi Mor           

Javier Muñoz Barrios    

Pedro Muñoz Mendoza              

Fernando Peña Corchado (Leodegario)

Pilar Pérez Hidalgo         

Jesús Pérez Hornero    

Carlos Pérez Inclán        

Pietro Putignano            

Enrique Ragel   

Jorge Rodríguez Fernández (Jorge Yunta)

Samuel Rosell Masdeu

Lola Santos        

Teresa Sanz Arroyo       

Adrián A. Suarez             

Antonio Téllez de Peralta           

Austión Tirado 

Adela Trifán (Adelacreative)

Pilar Vich

V Salón de Arte Realista de la AEPE

Exposición: 5 a 29 de octubre de 2020

Inauguración: 9 de octubre, a las 19 h.

Sala de Exposiciones “Eduardo Úrculo”

Junta Distrito de Tetuán

Plaza Donoso, 5. 28029 Madrid

L a S: de 9 a 21’30 h.

Metro: Ventilla (línea 9)

Bus: 177, 42

(Español) Publicadas las bases del V Salón de Arte Realista de la AEPE

Published the bases of the V Realistic Art Salon of the AEPE

The Spanish Association of Painters and Sculptors has just published the rules for the V Realistic Art Salon, to be held from October 5 to 29, 2020, in the Exhibition Hall “Eduardo Úrculo”, expressly assigned for the occasion by the Municipal Board of Tetuán, a call that is open to artists, whether or not they are members of the centennial entity.

The deadline for sending photographs ends on September 21, and with a free technique and theme, the measurements of the works will not be less than 50 cm, nor exceed 150 cm.

In 2015, the Spanish Association of Painters and Sculptors created two very different and different Salons, but which have already conquered the hearts of art lovers.

We refer to the Abstract Art Salon and the Realistic Art Salon, born to make figurative or hyperrealist art a continuous creative experience that brings all kinds of knowledge and the beauty of another reality, which is only in the hands of the artists.

The AEPE Realistic Art Salon is a great event, an excellent opportunity to present the talent and quality of all artists and has two awards specially instituted to honor the founders of the century-old entity and to finish recognizing the importance that this appointment has in the exhibition calendar of the entity:

The José Villegas Cordero Painting Medal and the Juan Cristóbal Sculpture Medal.

 

Bases del V Salón de Arte Realista 2020

 

V ROOM OF REALISM OF THE AEPE

October 5 to 29, 2020

Exhibition Hall “Eduardo Úrculo”

Tetuan District Board

Plaza Donoso, 5. 28029 Madrid

L to S: from 9 to 21:30 h

Metro: Ventilla (line 9)

Bus: 177, 42

(Español) Las Medallas de la AEPE: Juan Cristóbal

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Inaugurated the IV Hall of Realistic Art of the AEPE

On October 9, 2019, in the Exhibition Hall of the Cultural Center “Eduardo Úrculo” of Tetuán, the IV AEPE Realistic Art Hall was inaugurated, which has had a high participation rate and unsurpassed quality.
The event was chaired by José Gabriel Astudillo López, President of the Spanish Association of Painters and Sculptors, and by the Councilor President of the Board of Tetuán, Blanca Pinedo Texidor, and was attended by the Secretary General, Mª Dolores Barreda Pérez, and various members of the Board of Directors, such as and the Presidency Advisor, Itziar Zabalza Murillo.
The exhibition, which will last until October 30, has had 43 works between paintings and sculptures, and has included two honorary awards: the José Villegas Cordero Painting Medal, and the Juan Cristóbal Sculpture Medal, as a deserved tribute to the founding masters of the centenary entity, in addition to two Honorable Mentions.
The jury responsible for the selection and qualification work of the IV Realistic Art Hall of the AEPE has been formed by José Gabriel Astudillo López, President of the AEPE, acting as President of the Jury 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 Ana Martínez Córdoba, Carmen Bonilla Carrasco, Itziar Zabalza Murillo, and by Virginia Romero Toledano, painter and partner chosen at random.
The awards ceremony was presented at the opening ceremony, which turned out to be the following:
JOSÉ VILLEGAS CORDERO Painting MEDAL, endowed with Medal and diploma, Jorge Cerdá Gironés. Cloud trapped Oil / canvas 81 x 60


JUAN CRISTOBAL Sculpture MEDAL, endowed with Medal and diploma, Patricia Larrea. Electra Patinated bronze 41 x 38 x 22


MENTION OF HONOR, endowed with diploma, José Antonio de la Peña. The espadrilles. Bronze. 30 x 10 x 10


MENTION OF HONOR, endowed with diploma, Vicente Moya. Aitana and the sea. Oil / board 116 x 81


The artists that make up the exhibition of this IV Realistic Art Salon are: Jeannette Alfau Ortiz – Isabel Arsuaga Acaso (Cuca Arsuaga) – Francisco Ascón Callejo (Paco Ascón) – Alejandro Aynós Romero – Beatriz Bartolomé Díez – Joaquín Besoy Posada –  María del Carmen Bretón Suano – Martina Cantero Jiménez – Paloma Casado – Jorge Cerdá Gironés – Pilar Cortés López – Ricardo Domínguez Corcuera (Ricardo Corcuera) – José Domínguez Hernández – José Carmelo Esteban García (Carmelo Esteban) – Karlos Fernández Eguia (Karfer Eguia) – José Luis Fiol – Guillermo García García (Majin Willy) – J. Pedro Gómez Gómez – Mª Luisa González Ossorio – Juan Antonio González Saiz (Juanchi) – Dorothee Heiden – Manuel Hernández Díaz – Alba Patricia Larrea Almeida – Enrique López Sardón – Paulino Lorenzo Tardón – Juan Marbán Muñoz – Carmen Marcos – Vicente Moya Gallego – Antonio Municio – Concha Muñoz López –  Ana Muñoz Reyes – José María Pedrosa Morejón – José Antonio de la Peña García-Gadea – Fernando Peña Corchado (Leodegario) – Mª Teresa Pérez Romero (Teresa Romero) – Juan Fco. Pérez Somalo – A. Reyes Rodríguez Pérez – Mª. Cristina Sánchez Estévez – M. Dolores Santos Castillo (Lola Santos) – Arturo Tejero Esteban – Antonio Téllez de Peralta – José Luis Toribio Pedraza – Juan Martín Villate Lázaro

IV Realistic Art Hall of the AEPE
From October 3 to 30, 2019
Exhibition Halls “Eduardo Úrculo”
Tetuán District Board
Donoso Square, 5
28029 Madrid
From Monday to Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Sundays and holidays: closed
Metro: Ventilla (line 9)
Bus: 177, 42

On Wednesday, October 9, the IV Realistic Art Salon of the AEPE opens

The Exhibition Hall of the Cultural Center “Eduardo Úrculo” of Tetuán hosts from the 3rd and until the 30th of October, the IV Realistic Art Hall of the AEPE organized by the Spanish Association of Painters and Sculptors, for which they have selected a total of 43 works, including a dozen sculptures, from among more than a hundred submitted, and in which recognized authors of this discipline participate.
The inauguration ceremony will be attended by the President of the Spanish Association of Painters and Sculptors, José Gabriel Astudillo, the Vice President of the entity, Juan Manuel López-Reina, the General Secretary, Mª Dolores Barreda Pérez, the other members of the Board of Directors, In addition to the Councilor President of Tetuán, Blanca Pinedo Texidor, accompanied by the cultural services of the district.
In the opening ceremony of the exhibition, the jury’s decision and awards ceremony will take place, since the call has two honorary awards: the José Villegas Cordero Painting Medal, and the Juan Cristóbal Sculpture Medal, as a well-deserved tribute to the founding teachers of the centenary entity.
The artists selected on this occasion to integrate the exhibition of the IV Realistic Art Hall of the AEPE, are:

Jeannette Alfau Ortiz

Isabel Arsuaga Acaso (Cuca Arsuaga)

Francisco Ascón Callejo (Paco Ascón)

Alejandro Aynós Romero

Beatriz Bartolomé Díez

Joaquín Besoy Posada

María del Carmen Bretón Suano

Martina Cantero Jiménez

Paloma Casado

Jorge Cerdá Gironés

Pilar Cortés López

Ricardo Domínguez Corcuera (Ricardo Corcuera)

José Domínguez Hernández

José Carmelo Esteban García (Carmelo Esteban)

Karlos Fernández Eguia (Karfer Eguia)

José Luis Fiol

 Guillermo García García (Majin Willy)

Pedro Gómez Gómez

Mª Luisa González Ossorio

Juan Antonio González Saiz (Juanchi)

Dorothee Heiden

Manuel Hernández Díaz

Alba Patricia Larrea Almeida

Enrique López Sardón

Paulino Lorenzo Tardón

Juan Marbán Muñoz

Carmen Marcos

Vicente Moya Gallego

Antonio Municio

Concha Muñoz López

Ana Muñoz Reyes

José María Pedrosa Morejón

José Antonio de la Peña García-Gadea

Fernando Peña Corchado (Leodegario)

Mª Teresa Pérez Romero (Teresa Romero)

Juan Fco. Pérez Somalo

Reyes Rodríguez Pérez

Mª. Cristina Sánchez Estévez

Dolores Santos Castillo (Lola Santos)

Arturo Tejero Esteban

Antonio Téllez de Peralta

José Luis Toribio Pedraza

Juan Martín Villate Lázaro

 

IV Realistic Art Hall of the AEPE
From October 3 to 30, 2019
Inauguration: October 9, 2019, 7 p.m.
Exhibition Halls “Eduardo Úrculo”
Tetuán District Board
Donoso Square, 5
28029 Madrid
From Monday to Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Sundays and holidays: closed
Metro: Ventilla (line 9)
Bus: 177, 42

 

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

 

 

Opened the II Realistic Art Salon of the AEPE

On November 8, 2017, in the Exhibition Hall of the La Vaguada Cultural Center in Madrid, the II Realistic Art Salon of the AEPE was inaugurated, with a high participation rate and unsurpassed quality.

The event was chaired by José Gabriel Astudillo López, President of the Spanish Association of Painters and Sculptors, and was attended by the General Secretary, Mª Dolores Barreda Pérez, and various members of the Board of Directors, like the Members  Fernando de Marta and Sebastián, the Treasurer, Ana Martínez Córdoba and the Presidency Advisor, Itziar Zabalza Murillo.

The exhibition, which will run until November 30, has included 74 works by 63 different authors, including paintings and sculptures, and for the first time it has incorporated two Medals and three Honorable Mentions.

The artists awarded and selected to integrate the exhibition of this II Salon of Realist Art are: Ana María Alonso Prada, Mercedes Álvarez de Toledo, Beatriz Bartolomé Diez, Joaquín Besoy, Alfonso Calle, Martina Cantero, Manuela Carcelén Hurtado, Paloma Casado, Manuel Chouciño , Maryla Dabrowska, Fernando de Marta, Sopetrán Doménech, Pilar Feran, Soledad Fernández, Helen Fernández Camazón, José Luis Fiol Valero, Javier Fuentes, Mariano Galán Ortega, Federico García Zamarbide, Agustín González, Loly Gónzalez de Mata, Mª Luisa González Ossorio, Argentina González Tamames, Lydia Gordillo, Carmen Guardia, Carmen Guardia, Dorothee Heiden, Verónica Herrán Hermida, Gen Isoe, Ana Isabel Jiménez Juárez, Leodegario, Paulino Lorenzo Tardón, Carlos Losa, Juan José Lozano, Adriana M. Berges, José María Madrid Sanz , María R. Maluenda, Ana Martínez, Leocadio Melchor, Carmen Merino, Victoria Moreno, Concha Muñoz López, Teresa Muñoz Mateos, Carmina Orejas, Javi er Ortas González, Enrique Pazos Arranz, Enrique Pedrero Muñoz, José Mª Pedrosa Morejón, Jesús Pérez Hornero, Antonia Portalo, Miguel Pratdesaba Ferres, Enrique Ragel, Wonders Recio, Pablo Reviriego, Manolo Romero Solano, David Rus, José Ramón Sala, Felipe San Pedro, Antonio Sánchez-Gil – Sangil, Lola Santos Castillo, Pedro Sanz López, Emilio Sotomayor, Austion Tirado, Zárate

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

Painting MEDAL JOSÉ VILLEGAS CORDERO for Agustín González for his work: Reflections in showcase Plaza de Neptuno (Oil / canvas 89 x 130)

Sculpture MEDAL JUAN CRISTOBAL to Lola Santos Castillo for the work titled Adonis (Bronze 60 x 35 x 30)

MENTION OF HONOR Soledad Fernández, with the work: At dawn (Oil / canvas 146 x 97)

 

MENTION OF HONOR to Enrique Pazos Arranz, with the work Paseo por la Gran Vía (Oil / table 100 x 150)

 

MENTION OF HONOR to David Rus for the work Plymouth (Oil / Table 70 x 100)