Alfaro: Adrián Pereda shows in ‘Imaginario’, his last decade of art, nature and cinema

The exhibition hall of the old Town Hall hosts the exhibition. / Ernesto Pascual


Ernesto Pascual

On one side, his inspiration in nature. On the other, his passion for the seventh art. Until this Sunday, October 17, the exhibition hall of the old town hall of Alfaro hosts ‘Imaginario’, a journey through the work of the last ten years, both pictorial and digital, by the potter’s artist Adrián Pereda.

Nature and surrealism come together in supports of different formats and techniques to “pay tribute to the natural and reflect on the thorny relationship between man and nature.” “It is a work of 360 degrees, because I recover supports that come from nature, that man has discarded at a given moment and on which I shape works that are nature,” explains the graphic designer, art teacher and artist based in Zaragoza. . The part dedicated to cinema emerged with the quarantine, an integrated style that received the knock when Pedro Almodóvar acquired a work. It can be visited from Monday to Thursday from 6.30 pm to 8.30 pm and also from Friday to Sunday morning.



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