The hymn to the feminine multiforme of the Madrid artist Jose Molina
At the Hernandez Art Gallery in via Copernico 8 in Milan, for the first time the most complete collection of works from the same collection dedicated to women
From November 8th to December 6th
Inauguration Tuesday 7 November 2017 at 19.00
Milan, October 17, 2017 – All the multiforme universe of the female, its creator and destructive power at the same time, steadily clashing between earth and sky. A tribute to the femininity essence rather than to the woman.
The Hernandez Art Gallery in via Copernico in Milan hosts from November 8th to December 6th AnimaDonna, the most complete selection of works from the homonymous collection signed by the Madrid artist Jose Molina.
A careful selection of fatty pencil designs in which some oils and works of mixed technique stand out to embellish a gallery that tells and at the same time pleases, enhances and raises the qualities of feminine, from vital power to parenting demiurgical force, from maternal care to ‘ abnegation that sometimes becomes sacrifice of self.
All in all, there are about thirty works that will be exposed to the public, chosen among those made by the artist and ideally divided into 18 chapters. A monumental, interdisciplinary work of which the Hernandez Art Gallery will exhibit in a month, November, celebrating the International Day Against Women’s Violence (Saturday 25).
Painter, writer, sculptor and anthropologist, the thousand faces of José Molina. “AnimaDonna” – synthesizes the artist – arises from the need to investigate the female world by linking it to the historical period we are experiencing. It is the look of those who want to explore the essence of the female qualities that exist in each of us, men and women. ”
The exhibition, which will be inaugurated on Thursday, November 7 at 7 pm, includes homage to important women of history, saints and martyrs but not only, who have contributed to the story from the artist’s accurate research, but also as symbols of life primigenia that animates the woman, with monumental works such as Lucy, exhibition guide image (*).
And then there is all the theme of nature, admirably expressed in form and content with mixed technique that mutants stolen items to the earth like wood, stones, moss, branches and grass. But if female is impossible to imprison, it is also the work, so much that Molina plays to scratch, work, and shaping powerful frames, in an ideal creative and material continuity.
“In the face of the female world, we find ourselves inevitably contemplating all the wealth,” Molina explains. “For this reason, I have fragmented the ability to express myself in many different techniques and styles: oil, watercolor, pencil, silk screen, engraving, sculptural elements the strong link between woman and nature. This link is not just a suggestion, but a concrete invitation to respect the earth, to find the female within us. ”
Essential Author Biography
Born in Madrid in 1965, José Molina from the age of eleven is attending several art schools and later, in parallel with studies at the University of Fine Arts in Madrid, she works in advertising until she is thirty-five when she decides to devote himself totally to painting. The first exhibition is in 2004 at Galleria Rubin in Milan; Between 2005 and 2010 he held a staff at the Museum of Science and Technology and at the Milan Civic Academy by Vittorio Sgarbi and exhibited at other venues including Ca ‘di Fra’, Mc2, Fondazione Stelline and Fondazione Mudima. 2013 is for Molina a year of great personal and collective exhibitions. His works are exhibited in Milan at the Poldi Pezzoli Museum, the Oberdan Square and the Triennale. In 2014, at the Real Academia de España in Rome, her first anthology took place in 2015, featuring “Humanitas”, the volume that collects the artist’s production from 2002 and 2016, with a staff at the Museo del Mare di Genova and the Galleria Deodato Arte of Milan.
He currently lives and works in Gravedona, on Lake Como.
Hernandez Art Gallery
Silvia Paterlini 02 67490 252
Mob. 366 6873 416 email@example.com
where: Hernandez Art Gallery, via Copernico 8, Milano
Date: 8 novembre – 6 dicembre 2017
Opening: 7 novembre, ore 19.00
exhibition hours: Mon 10.00 – 16.00 Tue – Fry 10:00 – 19:00 – saturday and sunday by appointment
*Lucy, la prima Eva, 2014 Collezione “AnimaDonna” Matita grassa su carta 60,5 x 45,5 cm