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The Oils & Acrylics of Carlos Mora-Ninci

By alisa - Posted on 12 April 2010

September 2, 2010 6:00 p.m. - Art Exhibit Opening with exhibits in Boston and Oxford (UK), Argentine artist Carlos Mora-Ninci connects the global community with textured struggles of rural Argentina and Cordoba Province. Each brush stroke refracts stories of the mountains and their people. Sinewy, tortured and even broken landscapes speak to both majesty and turmoil. In mid-September, the artist will join us via video conference for a reception and introduction to his work and life (watch this space for details).

See more previews at: (Click on 'Read More' for a brief bio of Mora-Ninci.)

Carlos Mora Ninci was born in C√≥rdoba, Argentina and studied extensively in the States. Mora Ninci now lives in the hills of Santa Monica of the Sierras of  Calamuchita, Cordoba, Argentina, a small village with a highly active artistic community where he has built a studio and a home.

Mora-Ninci has made contributions both as a writer-scholar-activist in the social sciences, producing research and authoring a book on the struggles of Chicano/as and US Latinos for the right to hold a relevant education, as well as in his artistic themes through visual ideas.Carlos is painting and building ecofriendly concepts with new visual messages. 

Opening Flyer - Download here - (PDF format, large file, 3.55MB)3.55 MB
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