Monday, May 29, 2017

Exhibition tributes with help by international artists to Alberto Breccia and his works - Boémia caffe - Porto - Portugal.


Poster and text design by the excellent Argentine artist Mister ED with my professional cards also with design by ED on them



Curating and organizing an exhibition with help by international artists with their works as tributes to a genius as Alberto Breccia and his works isn't an easy task to do at one of the best coffeeshops and with thousands of customers/clients in the city of Porto named boémia caffe.

The excellent coffeeshop where the exhibition is held named boémia caffe
The exhibition seen outside - Part 1

The exhibition seen outside - Part 2


The exhibition seen outside
Here's the list of all of them organized by country

Argentina
Mister ED
Gonzalo Ruggieri
Patricia Breccia
German Genga 
Fer Calvi
Catriel Tallarico
Pato Delpeche
Dario Mekler
Mukor Bazan
Delius 
Rodrigo Roda

Austria
Nicolas Mahler

Brazil
Rodrigo Rosa
Carlos Ferreira
Eder

Croatia
Danijel Zezelj

France
Beuh

Poland
Bartosz Jekiel
Nikodem Cabala

Portugal
João Sequeira
Paulo Pinto
Júlia Barata
Derradé
Osvaldo Medina

Italy
Stefano Zattera
Sérgio Ponchionne

Jordan
Mike V Derderian

Spain
Javier Olivares
Ruben Pellejero
Joaquin Aldeguer
José Luís Ágreda
Jon Ander Azaola
Pau Masip
Javier Gay Llorente
Toni Benages Gallard
Victor Puchalski
Daniel Esteve 

Sweden
Emil Gunnar Maxén
Nicolas Krizan

Switzerland
Alex Baladi

Serbia
Danilo Milosev

Uruguay
Mattias Bergara

U.S.A
Bill Koeb

Some photos of the works already displayed
Tributes to Alberto Breccia and his works by Croatian artist Danijel Zezelj, Argentine Artist Quique Alcatena and Brazilian artist Eder that made pieces about Mort Cinder's masterpiece by Alberto Breccia, Brazilian artist Rodrigo Rosa with a piece as homage to the masterpiece "Cthulu myths" that was adapted by Breccia and Norberto Buscaglia, Italian artist Stefano Zattera and Polish artist Nikodem Cabala that drew Alberto Breccia's figure and Argentine artist Delius that has sent me a strip based on Alberto Breccia as a man and human being
Tributes to Alberto Breccia by Portuguese artist João Sequeira, Argentine artist Catriel Tallarico, israeli artist Cadial, Spanish artist Jon Ander Azaola and Daniel Esteve, also by Portuguese artist Julia Barata an amazing tribute of Alberto Breccia's as the son of a butcher, by Belgium artist Christophe Swijsen, Argentine artist Fernando Sawa, Portuguese artist Derradé and Spanish artist Joaquin Aldeguer with pieces based on Breccia's masterpiece"Perramus" , Argentine artist Darío Mekler, Serbian artist Danilo Milosev and Spanish artist Ruben Pellejero with pieces based on Breccia's masterpiece "Mort Cinder", Spanish artist Javier Olivares with a piece based on Breccia's masterpiece "The Eternaut" and Argentine artist Mukor Bazan with a piece based on Breccia's masterpiece "Buscavidas".
Tribute to Alberto Breccia's character Ezra Winston by Spanish artist Javier Olivares, to "Perramus" masterpiece by Argentine artist mister ED and Swedish artist Nicolas Krizan

Tributes to Alberto Breccia by Polish artist Bartosz Jekiel, Argentine artists Roda Rodrigo, Gonzalo Ruggieri, Carlos Dearmas, Patricia Breccia, Portuguese artist Osvaldo Medina, Argentine artist Pato Delpeche and Swedish artist Emil Gunnar Maxén that both drew pieces based on Alberto Breccia's masterpiece "Perramus", Spanish artist José Luis Ágreda and Italian artist Sergio Ponchione that both drew pieces based on Breccia's masterpiece "Mort Cinder", Spanish artist Javier Olivares that drew a piece based on Breccia's masterpiece "The Eternaut", Argentine artist Fer Calvi that drew a piece based on Breccia's masterpiece "cthulhu myths" adaptation with Norberto Buscaglia by H. P. Lovecraft, Austrian artist Nicolas Mahler and Swiss artist Alex Baladi that both drew an homage to Alberto Breccia's masterpiece "Dracul"



This exhibition isn't complete yet (since I must finish it with some more tributes to frame that I still haven't had time to hang on the wall), but they'll surely be on it.
Here are the photos with some works that weren't exhibited due to lack of time, but they'll be exhibited in the next few days:


Excellent tributes to Alberto Breccia and his works by Polish artist Magdalena Minko, Spanish artist Javier Gay Lorente, American artist Bill Koeb, Brazilian artist Carlos Ferreira
Professional card with design by Argentine artist mister ED
   
Excellent tributes to Alberto Breccia and his works by French artist Beuh and Jordanian Artist Mike V. Derderian based on Breccia's masterpiece "Dracul", Spanish Artist Toni Benages Gallard based on Breccia's masterpiece "Mort Cinder", Argentine artist Mister Ed based on Breccia's masterpiece "Perramus".    
Professional card with design by Argentine artist mister ED
Stay tuned for more info coming soon regarding my work with Alberto Breccia works in this same blogue with help by international artists and comic book experts regarding all the amazing masterpieces that this maestro created. 

As usual with my latest posts, I'm putting some music that reminds me of the work that I'm doing, so being this the case of genius Alberto Breccia, I've decided to put on this posts the following songs that in my own mind do connect with what I'm doing with Alberto Breccia's works and tributes with help by international artists. 

Song by Portuguese band Mão Morta "A poesia" based on the book "Maldoror" by Uruguyan writer Lautreamont  (Because Breccia's was born in Uruguay like Lautreamont and I would love to see some illustration done by him to Lautreamont

     

Song by Swiss band The Young Gods "Kissing the sun" (because sometimes while doing all this work with the help of several people, sometimes in my mind, I've thought that I was almost kissing the sun like Icarus in Greek mythology)   


Song by Spanish band Migala "Preambulo para dar cuerda a un reloj" based on words by Argentine writer Cortazar (maybe because these Cortazar words are always in my mind, because of the time that sometimes I simply don't have and also because of Cortazar being an excellent argentine writer)   


Song by British band Radiohead "Dollars and cents" (Because sometimes I've felt that the dollars and cents could crack my little soul and they didn't make it like always happened in my life and I'm pretty sure that I'll stay this way)



Special thanks to Daniel Castro for providing his space for another exhibition, to Patricia Breccia for her support from the very beginning on this, to Argentine artist mister ED to the design of a poster for it and to my kitty Ilvie that's in my heart and soul.

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