The visual artist Luis Moro exhibits until Sunday at the Dallas Art Fair and tomorrow he will finish the presentations of artbook tribute to María Zambrano at the Latino Cultural Center.
The presentations in Madrid, Segovia, Mexico City and Texas aroused the interest of the Hispanic and North American community in the Memoria project, which through the graphics and digital-audiovisual work of Luis Moro highlights the figure of the Spanish philosopher, one of the most important Hispanic thinkers of the 20th century.
In the USA, it began on April 12 at UNAM San Antonio and continued this week at Rice University in Houston, where the Consul General of Spain in Houston, Julia Olmo y Romero, participated; the president of La Casa de España in Houston, Ana Frade; the Zambranian writer and expert, Pedro Rodríguez Revuelta and the director of Multicultural Community Relations at Rice University, David Medina, among others.
Tomorrow the Texas tour ends with the presentation at the Latino Cultural Center in Dallas, coordinated by La Casa de España in Dallas – Fort Worth.
Moro produced Memoria and Cosmic Heterodoxy with poems by Zambrano and Mercedes Gómez-Blesa at Taller 8A in Mexico City. Meanwhile, the audiovisual work in which Elena Poniatowska, Marifé Santiago Bolaños and the Four Hands Project collaborate was created with animations, paintings, stop motion and music, with the Audiovisual Laboratory of the María Zambrano Campus of the University of Valladolid (Segovia), Roberta Moraes, Artresd, GAM, Axertia International and a grant to the cultural activities of the Segovia City Council. And the NFT with Qurable.com.
LUIS MORO’S AMERICAN CARTOGRAPHY AT DALLAS ART FAIR
The Proyecto H gallery is the Spanish representation at the Dallas Art Fair, Tx this weekend, with work by Isabel Alonso Vega, Pablo Armesto, Rafael Barrios, Juan Garaizabal, Víctor López Rúa, Xavier Mascaró and Luis Moro.
Moro exhibits pictorial-digital works from the American Cartography series, pieces that surprise visitors when they discover -with their mobile- that the paintings come to life through augmented reality in the Luis Moro RA App, developed by Axertia International. And they transcend the metaverse with NFT`s co-created with Qurable.com.