Pachuca de Soto, May 14.- Marco Antonio Aranzabal Juárez, General Director of the Hidalgo State Events Operator, and Edda Witte Ramos, President of the Board of the DIFH System, inaugurated this Friday the sculpture exhibition “Love in the Air We Breathe” by the plastic artist Française Claire. Baker, as part of the first edition of “Art is for Everyone”.
Aranzabal Juárez said that the exhibition is an example of the commitment that the organization in charge has to make art and culture available to the people of Hidalgo, in order to create a more aware and humane society; He also pointed out that for Governor Julio Menchaca Salazar, it is of utmost importance that the population recognize and recognize the properties managed by the operator as part of their heritage.
Claire Baker expressed her gratitude to those who made it possible for her works to be integrated into a space outside of museums because this way, there are no barriers and people feel that the art is theirs and within their reach.
He said, “Work is a universal language and in the universality of the human we meet again as brothers in a wonderful life experience that we are sharing.”
During her speech, Edda Waite Ramos welcomed the sculptor and said that the name of the exhibition allows us to reflect that, like love, art exists in all its expressions and without exception.
In this vein, he pointed out that the opening of venues with international-level exhibitions represents a watershed for local artistic expressions as well as for capturing them. Finally, he invited people from the surrounding states and municipalities to enjoy the exhibition.
It should be noted that Claire Baker, who has lived in Mexico since 1997, has a career as a sculptor of over 20 years; She has also studied in music, theatre, literature and dance. He has participated in individual and group exhibitions in galleries and museums in countries such as Germany, Italy, New York, Canada, Mexico, Chile and Cuba. He received a silver medal in sculpture awarded by the Arts-Sciences-Lettres society in France.
In the lobby of the Gota de Plata Auditorium in Pachuca, the exhibition, made up of pieces from different series, techniques and styles, can be viewed free of charge from May 12 to November 12.