THE ART CONCIERGE
Honouring Art, directed by Elliot Nitkin as part of his endeavour for the art community he has an On-Line Art Gallery with several ongoing exhibitions-see below Ygartua Shows
Introduction to Ygartua Online Gallery
PAUL YGARTUA ART SHOW2
ART CONCIERGE INDIVIDUAL COMMONALITY SHOW2
“UNDER SIEGE – The Lions – Lions Gate Bridge, Vancouver, Canada”
Acrylic on Canvas 48X6O” (121X152cm) $6,OOO.OO
“…In a globally-connected world, we are obligated to each other to find a solution, to share our discoveries and work together to conquer this unbelievable, unimaginable beast.
To all our doctors, nurses, healthcare workers and all our essential workers out there, we appreciate you and thank you.
“GUERNICA –The COVID-19 SPECTATORS”
Acrylic on Canvas 84″ x 48″
“Guernica – as the subject matter relates to the Basque Country and the Civil War it is personal and a topic of conversation for all Basques.”
“…Guernica is a large 1937 oil painting on canvas by Spanish artist Pablo Picasso. One of Picasso’s best known works, Guernica is regarded by many art critics as one of the most moving and powerful anti-war paintings in history. It is exhibited in the Museo Reina Sofia in Madrid. Ygartua’s journey to the Imaginary Global Kingdom of COVID-19 takes a turn, now visiting some of the most prestigious museums in the world. “Guernica” is on exhibition at the Museo Reina Sofía in Madrid, Spain.
Paul Ygartua was greatly influenced by Picasso in many aspects – his heritage is Basque, his Father attained political asylum in England due to the Spanish Civil War and felt the personal suffering of an expatriate. It was the same deep rejection of one’s patriarchal country that Picasso felt when he left his homeland and rejected his country because of the atrocities of the civil war. Picasso reacted with retaliation when he created his masterpiece Guernica. Commissioned by the Paris government for the 1937 World Fair in Paris. It expressed his deepest sentiment towards all people at times of bereavement..”
AUGUST 14 – SEPTEMBER 4/2O2O, VOYZX FINE ART PROJECT