13’30 Restaurant hosts exhibit by Guatemalan artist Herssonoe
13’30 Restaurant, located in Barrio Escalante in eastern San José, also serves as a small gallery space for both national and international artists, designers and musicians. Today it will be inaugurating the exhibition “Amorfia” by Guatemalan artist Herssonoe.
The exhibit is 13’30’s first international artist exhibition and features nine different paintings focused on the artist’s concept of imperfection. The paintings are portraits in a bright, vivid color palette, with irregular lines and a lack of perspective.
The exhibition’s inauguration is today at 7:00 p.m. at 13’30 in Barrio Escalante. Entrance fee is for free and the exhibition is up for 15 days. All of Herssonoe’s paintings are on sale. For more information visit the event’s Facebook page, Herssonoe’s Facebook page or 13’30’s Facebook page.
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