Ecuadorian Artists' Servio Zapata Exhibition, Cervantes Institute in Budapest, 31 August – 2 September

  • 25 Aug 2022 4:24 PM
Ecuadorian Artists' Servio Zapata Exhibition, Cervantes Institute in Budapest, 31 August – 2 September
The renowned Ecuadorian artist Servio Zapata arrives in Budapest the last week of August, to exhibit his most recent creations under the name "Infinite landscapes of the middle of the World".

Invited by the Ambassador of Ecuador, José Luis Salazar Arrarte, the painter will fill with his
landscapes the spaces of the Cervantes Center of Budapest, which will host the exhibition of more
than 15 exclusive pieces as an exhibition hall.

Zapata is internationally recognized for the realism of his landscape works, although he himself
prefers not to define himself as a landscape painter but as a transmitter of peace.

Throughout his history, the realism of his paintings has captivated the art-loving public, thus
achieving that in most of his exhibitions most of the pieces to be exhibited are reserved for sale
before the exhibition opens.

It is important to highlight that Zapata's audacity and charm awaken the interest of his followers
because they are landscapes that the artist finds in his head.

The exhibition will be open to the public free of charge on August 31, August 1 and September 2,
between 10 am and 1 pm, and from 3:00 to 6:00 pm.

The exhibited pieces will be available for sale.

About the artist

Servio Zapata was born in the town of Zaruma, a center of Ecuadorian gold, in 1969. He studied
at the School of Fine Arts in Machala, as well as at the Faculty of Design at the University of
Azuay and the School of Fine Arts at the University of Cuenca.

Zapata has participated in collective and individual exhibitions in Ecuador and abroad, exhibiting
in essential galleries in cities such as Cuenca, Guayaquil, Madrid, Panama, and Miami.

Now Budapest will join the list of cities where Zapata's art has captivated with its infinite realism.
His works, characterized by showing a pure, regal, and at the same time vulnerable nature, have
also been auctioned by renowned auction houses such as Christie's and Sotheby's in New York, as
well as having made different literary covers in Mexico, Colombia, and Peru. 

Cervantes Institute in Budapest
1064 Budapest, Vörösmarty u. 32.

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