María del Pino Blasco Afonso exhibits ‘Las Flaneûses’ at the Círculo de Amistad XII January

The Círculo de Amistad XII de Enero inaugurates next March 8 the painting exhibition ‘Las Flaneûses’, by María del Pino Blasco Afonso. The opening ceremony of the exhibition will take place at the company’s headquarters on Ruiz de Padrón street in Santa Cruz, starting at 8:00 p.m.

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The exhibition will be presented by Joaquín Castro San Luis, journalist and member of the National Association of Art Critics. The entrance to the exhibition is free with limited capacity and strict compliance with the sanitary measures by COVID-19.

The exhibition can be visited until March 22, from Monday to Sunday, from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

The work chosen for the poster is an oil on canvas entitled ‘The mask, Charles Baudelaire, les fleures du mal’. María del Pino Blasco explains in this regard that “I love Baudelaire, he is an inspiration for me”.

With a degree in Psychology, with studies in Fine Arts, María del Pino Blasco Afonso presents some 45 creations in different formats and techniques in this exhibition.

“The result of this exhibition is the look of a woman, a look that I think is lacking in society. That look is reflected in those things that fascinate me, such as shells. I do not plan when painting. I like to capture gazes and movement,” she notes.

And it is precisely this way of being and creating that connects María del Pino with Baudelaire, with their wanderings through the streets of Paris exploring the urban.

She recognizes herself as an admirer of Fernando Larraz and points out that the exhibition that we will be able to contemplate in the Círculo, the second that she faces alone after one carried out recently in La Palma, is also “the result of my life trajectory”.

In this vital trajectory, María del Pino Blasco speaks of her mother as an exceptional being. “She was a fighting woman,” he says of her.

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