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D'Casa Destinations - Exhibition of monumental sculptures



* The residential complex presents this incredible sculpture exhibition so that its inhabitants and the general public can enjoy this recreational space from this Sunday, October 17, until January 10, 2022

Ciudad Mayakoba, Q. Roo, Mexico (October, 2021) With the aim of consolidating an inclusive community that allows social, cultural and recreational integration, Ciudad Mayakoba in conjunction with the Casa de la Cultura de México, in San Antonio, Texas, They present the spectacular exhibition of monumental sculptures Las Fridas, from October 17 to January 10, 2022. Exhibition open every day from 10 am to 6 pm.



The incredible exhibition, composed of 14 beautiful fiberglass sculptures 2.20 meters high by 70 centimeters in diameter by visual artist and graphic designer Lao Gabrielli *, was recently presented at the San Antonio Botanical Garden Frida Kahlo and after the three months of exhibition in the Riviera Maya will be carried and exhibited in the Paseo de la Reforma, in Mexico City, starting in June of next year.



"Our priority in Ciudad Mayakoba, El Paraíso Planado, is to create scenarios for recreation and healthy living for all its inhabitants, which today number more than 700 families, and to open these recreational spaces to the community in general," said Eric Antolín, Marketing Director of the residential complex.


Las Fridas was born from the initiative of Locos Por El Arte, for carrying out an urban art project to honor Frida Kahlo by contemporary artists. The Maras, who are family and heirs to the Frida Kahlo rights, granted a license to use the name and image of Frida Kahlo.



For the inauguration of this incredible sculptural exhibition, composed of 14 beautiful works of art, Ciudad Mayakoba has prepared for this Sunday, October 17, an amazing cultural event that will feature the presence of emerging local artists such as Elena González, Armando Martínez Venegas (Coco) , Jorge Alberto Hernández, Frank Banda and Ari Rajsbaum, who are part of the Galería Mandarina de María Herrera, who will take part in five of Las Fridas that will be part of this exhibition.



The sculptures will be exhibited along the main avenues of Ciudad Mayakoba, in a circuit that will allow their appreciation, from a car, bicycle or walking, all visitors will receive a map showing the exact location of each one of Las Fridas.



"We are very happy to resume the organization of these programs following all the safety and hygiene protocols to protect and take care of the health and well-being of our community and visitors," said Carlos Orozco, CEO of MKB Real Estate.



Finally, the directors invited the media and the general public to attend Ciudad Mayakoba this Sunday, from 9am to 1pm, to spend a day with the family enjoying the food stalls, music and other activities that they can carry out within the complex, such as biking, skateboarding or walking the pet surrounded by culture, recreation and nature. The entrance will be free.



* Lao Gabrielli (Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1971). Visual artist and graphic designer, she has lived in Mexico City for 11 years. She studied Graphic Design at the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urbanism of the University of Buenos Aires and completed a year in architecture at the same University. She carried out her artistic studies with Maestro Guillermo Roux and restoration studies at Mónica Tezanos Pinto's workshop in the same city. In New York City, she participated in the seminars of Master Anna Rank and Master Julio Alpuy of Constructivism by Joaquín Torres García, in seminars of Musei e Patrimonio with Dr. Mercedes Auteri in Art and Museography. She as well as in the Conference based on the architectural-artistic interrelation of Maestro Eduardo Terrazas at the Javier Marín Foundation, Mexico City.



Ciudad Mayakoba, El Paraíso Planeado

Carretera Federal Chetumal, Puerto Juárez Km. 298.

Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo. Mx. www.ciudadmayakoba.com


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