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Pop and surrealist art in the Subjective Room (23/05/2017)

The Subjective Room of the City of Cartagena will host the 'Popsurr' exhibition on Thursday 25 May, where the Pablo Picasso artist fuses surrealism with pop art, based on works by Picasso, Dalí, Velázquez, Warhol or Goya, among others, with colorful colors and a style of comic.

The inauguration will take place at 19 hours, with the assistance of the artist, representatives of Apices, the councilor of Culture, Heritage, Youth and Sports, Ricardo Segado, and the Minister of Family and Equality, Violante Tomás.

In this exhibition, the visitor will be able to see works that, inspired by reality, are cast in one piece, with natural landscapes, emblematic urban architectures, invented heroes, flesh and blood people and all kinds of disparate elements that come together to form To an exhibition full of vivid colors perfectly harmonized.

The works are made using two techniques: digital retouching of freehand design and canvas in acrylic.

In POPSURR are reflected the dreams and fantasies that the artist shares to add a little color to our reality.

It will be exposed from May 25 to June 30.


Pablo Torres Vidal was born in Cartagena in 1986. Since he was a child, he was attracted to painting and after a long journey as a self-taught artist, he presents his work Popsurr.

Torres is an untiring creative, with a great interest in the culture and to know new places.

He has made several collective exhibitions of acrylic painting through Apex, on the occasion of World Mental Health Day at the Distance University (UNED), Avila de la Merced at the University of Murcia (UMU), the Casino of Cartagena, the Center Cultural Ramón Alonso Luzzy and at the exhibition of mental illness and creativity ISOL, in Molina de Segura.

In addition, in 2016 he exhibited his exhibition 'The Magic of Pop Surrealism' at the Police Station in Cartagena and at the Student House of the Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena (UPCT).

He has made several collaborations, sporadically, for the preparation of illustrations for Bruño and Santillana publishers.

In 2015 he was the winner of the contest for the poster of the Molina de Segura Short Course on Mental Health and, in 2016, the poster competition for the Short Course on Mental Health of Águilas.

Currently attends Ápices Cartagena, where in addition to participating in rehabilitation activities, designs in the occupational workshop.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena

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