Botero

Recently unveiled, Fernando Botero’s latest exhibition the Via Crucis, or Stations of the Cross, gave his admirers a lot to think about. The series of paintings featured classically recognized scenes and religious concepts with a modern twist. The thoughtful pieces on exhibit at the Cecut in Tijuana brought to light his artistic view on the state of religion through time and its place in our society today.

Eladio Gastelum Y Ana Guzman 17505 175 125 100 Eladio Gastelum y Ana Guzman Janette Torres  Sonia Ortiz Y Lupita Perez 17506 175 125 100 Janette Torres Sonia Ortiz y Lupita Perez Jorge Ruiz  Geovan Baez Y Ricardo Galindo 17507 175 125 100 Jorge Ruiz Geovan Baez y Ricardo Galindo
Lizbeth Molina  Sofia Pinera  Montserrat Berrueta Y Ivanna Flores 17508 175 125 100 Lizbeth Molina Sofia Pinera Montserrat Berrueta y Ivanna Flores Lorenzo Baillieux  Barbara Barragan  Aime Hernandez Y Andrea Michelle Barragan 17509 175 125 100 Lorenzo Baillieux Barbara Barragan Aime Hernandez y Andrea Michelle Barragan Maria Elena Robles  Olga Escarcega  Torre Blanca Y Jesus Escarcega 17510 175 125 100 Maria Elena Robles Olga Escarcega Torre Blanca y Jesus Escarcega
Maria Hernandez Y Jose De La Serna 17511 175 125 100 Maria Hernandez y Jose de la Serna Phyllis Ojeda  Olympia Vasquez  Ine  S Herrera Y Arturo Vasquez 17512 175 125 100 Phyllis Ojeda Olympia Vasquez Ine s Herrera y Arturo Vasquez Roman Hernandez Y Rebeca Dominguez 17513 175 125 100 Roman Hernandez y Rebeca Dominguez
Teodora Sillas  Bibiana Vega Y Eduardo De La Pena 17514 175 125 100 Teodora Sillas Bibiana Vega y Eduardo De La Pena Adai Villarreal Y Maryfer Martin Del Campo 17515 175 125 100 Adai Villarreal y Maryfer Martin Del Campo Aquiles Medelli  N Y Kaream Valenzuela 17516 175 125 100 Aquiles Medelli n y Kaream Valenzuela

 

 Photographed by: Alejandra Uzarraga

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