The painter Chema Rodríguez brings together famous works in an exhibition on porcelains in Seville

Adriana Torres, Agatha Ruiz de la Prada, Manu Tenorio, Eugenia Martínez de Irujo, Belinda Washington, Marta Sánchez or Lázaro Rosa Violah, among others, have wa

The painter Chema Rodríguez brings together famous works in an exhibition on porcelains in Seville

Adriana Torres, Agatha Ruiz de la Prada, Manu Tenorio, Eugenia Martínez de Irujo, Belinda Washington, Marta Sánchez or Lázaro Rosa Violah, among others, have wanted to collaborate in a solidarity manner at the Exhibition Paradise, which the painter Chema Rodríguez stars and organized At the HAURIE gallery in Seville.

The artist focuses on the world of porcelain because he has been a collector for almost 30 years. "They are domestic porcelain still life of those who come out some questions: Why do we love objects that can not transcend, but if it were not for this gang of crazy that are the collectors, most of these beautiful things had never come to us. 90% of the porcelain is destined for the table, although we insist on putting it in showcases. I use everything, because the most important thing is to put that beauty at the service of the people and collect the affection of loved ones. "

Chema Rodríguez has used a year and a half, from the confinement, in making these paintings that in the sample are accompanied by the original pieces, "so that they remember a truly Chinero, they are facilities." The artist explains that "the subject is not the piece but its decoration. If the artist did not want to tell something, he would not decorate them." Actually, "here is talk about me, working, celebrating, surrounded by friends."

Among those interests is to help who needs it. He has been collaborating with new future 20 years, also with cars or joined hands. "The artists also have to be speakers, who have no voice use us to say important things linked to social justice improvement and justice."

Therefore, one of the walls of the sample had to be collective and solidary. "The most fascinating thing about Agatha Ruiz de la Prada is his strength, everything he touches makes him Agatha Ruiz de la Prada. He has made some collages signed, transforming into figurines a collection of Chinese porcelain vases that from now on Agatha Ruiz de la Prada".

Eugenia Martínez de Irujo "is very creative, he leaves his mother. It has been very comfortable because it was already working oriental thematic for his collection of kimonos or stationery. He has painted Chinese bowls in blue and white with a pink background."

Marta Sánchez was not clear. "Although he likes to paint, I thought she was going to say no. She has made some flowers in a glass glass."

Manu Tenorio does not paint. But he "he became with his son and made a collage that represents two guitars, a flamenco and another rocker, putting into dialogue the two musical sources of which he drinks."

Victoria Medina Conradi, member of the House of Medinaceli has also participated; Isabel Valdecasas, of Aristocrat family; Blanca Belmonte, granddaughter of Juan Belmonte; Maite Béjar, "The best restorer that is now in Seville"; The painter cristina ybarra or the hyperreal painter Jaime Valero.

Chema Rodríguez is "an artist of Triana" who studied Fine Arts in Seville and Perugia and who has been traveling around the world for years, "because I started receiving portraits." He comes from an "intellectual and artist family", and, after many years painting with Carmen Laffón, "in painting I am the disciple who has been following the wake of him."

He has worked for royal houses and European noble families. For example, "Maximum of Holland commissioned me some things for the baptism of one of her daughters." And in Spain, she portrayed S.M. King Felipe VI, to the Viuda Countess of Ripalda or Soledad Becerril, among others.

The next? A posthumous portrait of Infanta Doña Pilar, commissioned by Simoneta Gómez-Holly and her brothers.

Updated Date: 07 January 2022, 09:38

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