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Carmen Casanova shows his personal vision of postmodern woman in the exhibition Woman's Pop (27/05/2016)

Woman's Pop is a reflection on the common languages ​​of postmodern society through a redefinition of pop in which the artist proposes a redefinition of the role of women.

Through two-dimensional, three-dimensional and video pieces, the artist Carmen Casanova cartagenera presents his exhibition created through mixed techniques such as collage, acrylic and transfer to offer a single sample.

Yesterday, Thursday, May 26, Woman's Pop in the Exhibition Hall of the Town Hall hand Councillor for Culture, David Martinez, a sample where Carmen Casanova focuses on the figure of the woman and opened its fundamental role.

Pop woman's recreates a speech created through the idea of ​​pastiche that uses current and classic references, in which femininity and glamor work as a weapon of seduction.

Thus we reflect on the consumer society, lifestyle and aesthetics imposed by the publishers of fashion and mass media.

references to myths and female icons of the twentieth and twenty centuries have also been incorporated, in an attempt to regain lost femininity because of the relationship between body and power.

The apparently frivolous cover, a woman becomes full of content that form, which takes shape and structure symbol femininity.

The conception of the body in advertising, is reflected as mere appearance idealizing the values ​​of beauty and perfection.

The body is reinventing itself as a form of consumption and as a trigger image of desire.

The woman appears as consumers and as an object of consumption, where the uniformed beauty of bodies operated based surgery, destroys identity.

Carmen Casanova is the creator of the concept of FE-MENINAS.

The artist was born in the town of La Palma Cartagena and graduated in Fine Arts from the University of Murcia in 2011.La visual artist has been honored on several occasions and has participated in various exhibitions since 1999;

17 YMAS 63 solo exhibitions collective.

Among them include ART MADRID 2008, Museum of Contemporary Art (MAC) of Corunna in 2011, National Museum and Centro de Arte Reina Sofa (MNCARS) Madrid 2013 and Museum of Fine Arts of Murcia (MUBAM) 2013 2015 AHAF Hong- Kong (China).

The most recent exhibition which was participated last March in the sample No More Games Luis Espin.

The exhibition will be open until 25 June from Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 13:30 and 17:00 to 19:00.

Saturday afternoon hours will be from 17:00 to 20:00 and Sunday afternoons closed to the public.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena

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