New York, February 25, 2015.

The Gabarron Foundation Center for the Arts is pleased to present Contemporary Mula,  a group exhibition that awards the creativity and imagination of twelve creators born and based in the town of Mula (Murcia), situated in southeastern Spain, the birthplace of artist Cristobal Gabarron, founder of The Gabarron Foundation. He also developed a cultural organization in 2004, The Painted House Foundation of Mula (La Fundacion Casa Pintada de Mula), committed to the investigation and promotion of contemporary art in its town.

Curated by Nono Garcia and Juan Garcia Sandoval, this exhibition consists of twelve artists, each with their own style, material and concept that will leave no one indifferent, both for its variety and quality of the works. Completely different styles can be found, such as paintings by Ayllon, Daniel Belchi, Calero, Carlos Cotes, Anil Das Grupta, Nono Garcia, Irene Orcajada and Jose Lopez Lara; photographs by Antonio Castillo Caballero, Andrés G. Mellado and Cristina Gutiérrez; as well as a video installation by Ramon Lez.

The paintings and photographs face life with a critical outlook in quality artworks. Doubtlessly, with different visions and situations reflected in the paintings, that enrich us all with an interesting reflection from art and its participation in the construction of cultural models, understood as an extensive feeling and varied works of the studies of these artists who mainly share a passion and an environment in which they search for their inspiration.


For More Information Contact: 
Gabarron Foundation, Jazmin Sentis,  +1 212 573 6968  / infoGF@gabarron.org