Colectiva 2015

September 4, 2015
Cultural center Las Monjas, Cenicero, La Rioja, Spain

This is the 26th exhibition of painting and sculpture in Cultural Center “Las Monjas” of Cenicero (La Rioja).

Participating artists this year:
José Antonio Aguado, Rosa Arnáez, Elena Baños, Luciano Belada, Adoración Benito, Pako Campo, Mª del Carmen Casares, María Luz Castroviejo, Esther Conde, Amalia Díez, Marisol Echevarría, Susana Frías, Patricia García, Nacho García, Olaia García, Torie Hendrie, Asunción Hernáiz, Isabel Hernández, Pedro Jovelino, Mª del Carmen Jover, Laurence David, Aroa Labrador, Sixto Lapuente Añorga, Sixto Lapuente Artacho, Yone Lapuente, Óscar Llano, Carmen López, Shandra Lourido, Pilar Maldonado, César Martínez, Javier Martínez, Paula Merino, Alexandra Morais, Juan Manuel Pascual “Manos”, María Pascual, Alejandro de Pedro, Mª Valle Rodríguez Martínez, Mª Valle Rodríguez Simón, Desiré Román, Clara Rubio, Ana Ruiz, Vicente Ruiz, Andrea Sáenz, Julián Felipe Sáez, Loles Salmerón, Patricia San José, José Manuel San Miguel, Mercedes Tirado, Roberto Torre, Paulino Tros, Leyre Umbría and Adela del Val.

Opening party: September 4th, 20:00 h.
Open until September 13th.
Hours: L-S 19:00-21:00 h. D 12:00-14:00 h.

Cultural Center “Las Monjas”
Victoria 3, Cenicero (La Rioja) SPAIN
http://cenicero.biblioteca.larioja.org

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The House of the Nuns hosts the main Cultural Center of the City of Cenicero, La Rioja. This building is one of the three most important palaces of the city and it dates from the 18th century, the time of the greatest palatial richness. It is located in front of the Church of San Martín. The great main door has a mixtilinear molding decorated with curved shapes, and it follows the ornamental profusion style of the constructions of that time. There is a window at the right of the door, above which there is a balcony with a molding with knuckles and a greatly refined corbel. At its sides, there is a 17th century coat of arms and another window, where is resting the big corbel of the upper floor balconies.

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