The blood red color that inundates the silhouettes of these seven characters situated on an intense blue background symbolizes “the brutal aggression suffered by the painting when it was violently stolen,” Carmen Parra (Mexico City, 1944) explained to Efe.
November 10, 2015
Inauguration of the Golden Eagle Conservation Center, which aims to help conserve this emblematic species and other Mexican birds of prey.
CARAVAGGIO’S NATIVITY BY CARMEN PARRA AND BEPPE VESCO
October 31, 2015
Oratorio di San Lorenzo “Serpottiano”
Palermo, Sicily, Italy
Caravaggio’s Nativity. Each year, the Sicilian Association of Friends of Museums, presided over by Bernardo Tortorici Rarfadali, invites different artists to create their own version of Caravaggio’s Nativity, which was stolen in 1969 and has never been recovered. This year, the painters Carmen Parra and Beppe Vesco collaborated on a version of the painting.
LA FLOR DE LOTO Y EL CARDO / CARMEN PARRA | JOSÉ ANTONIO FARRERA
Exposition and sale
October 7 to December 22, 2015
México, D. F. 11930
Tel. (5255) 5247.80.19
ALDAMA FINE ART
The collection of paintings of flowers exhibited by Aldama Fine Art brings together two renowned artists who have had complementary but differing careers: Carmen Parra and José Antonio.
METAMORFOSIS, UNIVERSUM, UNAM
Metamorfosis: Mariposa Monarca: Eternidad de lo Efimero (traveling exhibition, 1982-2015) migrates from its previous home in the Palacio de Medicina to UNIVERSUM, UNAM.
Circuito Cultural de Ciudad Universitaria
Coyoacán, Mexico City
Tel. (5255) 5424.06.94