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Miguel Valverde | Muerte Engalanada

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Txt: Rafael A. Revilla Romero | Fotos: Raúl Kigra.

 

La inspiración para un artista debe ser cambiante. El cambio y los viajes son inspiraciones para Miguel Valverde, en esta ocasión una estadía en la Ciudad de México y la creación de un mural para el Mercado de Coyoacán fueron el detonador para esta serie de pinturas llamada: “Raíces de Vida y Muerte” que tienen a estos temas como principal protagonista. La muerte es parte de nuestra cultura y la vemos como algo natural, parte fundamental de la vida del mexicano, por eso la transformamos en algo colorido y animado. En esta serie vemos xoloitzcuintles, cráneos, flores, chapulines, mercados y demás objetos que vemos tan cotidianamente que parecen borrarse ante nuestros ojos y pasar desapercibidos, Valverde lo resalta sin caer en clichés, con colores neón contrastantes y rosas mexicanos, tonos que más que enfrentar a la muerte la engalanan.

An artist’s inspiration must be always changing. Change and travel are inspirations for Miguel Valverde, this time a stay in Mexico City and the creation of a mural for the Coyoacan Market were the detonator for these series of paintings named “Raices de Vida y Muerte”, having death as a protagonist. Death is part of our culture and we see it as something natural, a fundamental part of the mexican life, that’s why we transform it into something colorful and cheerful. In these series we see xoloitzcuintles, skulls, flowers, grasshoppers, markets and more images that we see everyday and it seem to vanish before our eyes, going unnoticed, Valverde highlights it without coming to a cliché, with contrastant neon colors, mexican pinks and tones that doesn’t confront death, but adorn it.

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