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Monday, November 29, 2021

A night for the art galleries

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From left, Isabelle Beaumier, Jean Pierre Beucher, Nitzia Sanchez Pazos, Conchi Sánchez Victoria, Raquel Odet Becerril and Paula Sievert are participating in tonight's “Noche de Galerías."
From left, Isabelle Beaumier, Jean Pierre Beucher, Nitzia Sanchez Pazos, Conchi Sánchez Victoria, Raquel Odet Becerril and Paula Sievert are participating in tonight’s “Noche de Galerías.”

Mercado de Arte, La Pantera Negra, Calle Estampa and Galería Mérida are participating today in the Noche de Galerías program.

The Galería Mérida will present in la sala Joseph Kurhajec the music project Byd Sarret y Nous. The public can take in the “bombs” that the artist Joseph Kurhajec created to protest military conflicts occurring around the world.

Calle Estampa will inaugurate Vitraux, an exhibit of stained-glass sculptures by Raquel Odet Becerril. The opening will be at 8 p.m. with guest artist dj Joss.

La Pantera Negra will open the exhibition “Crossing Glances” of painters, mother and daughter, Teresa Pasos and Nitzia Sánchez. Among the pieces will be paintings of landscapes, animals and flowers. The exhibition will open at 7 p.m. and will feature performances by saxophonist Hernán Pérez Domínguez.

Finally, the Mercado de Arte presents art by José Luis García, Manuel González, Jerjes Pérez, Eduardo Sánchez andy Conchi Sánchez. The latter artist promises something playful. “These are pictures with a lot of fantasy, a lot of magic, say it’s a bit surreal,” he told Diario de Yucatan. The opening will be at 7 p.m.


Calle Estampa gallery in Merida. Photo: Facebook
Calle Estampa gallery in Merida. Photo: Facebook

Where to go

Calle Estampa: Calle 60 Street between 73 and 75, Centro

La Pantera Negra: Calle 67 between 68 and 70, Centro

Galería Mérida: Calle 59, No. 452-A, between 54 and 52, Mejorada.

Mercado de Arte: Calle 44, No. 502, between 61 and 63, Mejorada

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