Posted by Alfredo J. Martiz J. (Panama City, Panama) on 23 January 2010 in Art & Design.
If you are in Panama City, go to Isla Flamenco in the Amador Causeway and you will be able to experience an interesting art exhibition by two young Panamanian artists, Stacy I. Pastor and Claudia Lamboglia.
This exhibition started on January 15th, and will be held until January 24th in a place known as "El Búnker", an abandoned space (tunnel) that is part of an old underground military sanctuary and underground bomb proof structure created by the US Military during the two world wars.
In this photo you can have a glimpse of Claudia Lamboglia's exhibition "Entre Todo", which consists of projections of shadows inspired by the feeling of being inside a dense tropical forest.
With art that surrounds you and stimulates the senses, both artists guide you in a journey of reinterpretation of the feeling and meaning of this space.
Tomorrow I will be posting a photo of Stacy I. Pastor's exhibition.
Isla Flamenco, Panama City. January 21st, 2010
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