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Missing coordination in art and culture



Aragon has to internationalize itself on a large scale-because everything that is displayed is seen universally

From Paris, Aragon sculptor Angel Orensanz traveled halfway around the world spending time at exhibitions at the Hermitage in St. Petersburg, Cuba and Tokyo.

Methologically heterodox and diverse, Orensanz stated enthusiasm with Zaragoza, his city, projected in the future as a cultural capital with congresses and fairs, requires better coordination of Aragon with the central government, the State Corporation for cultural actions (SEACEX), Society for International Exhibitions (SEEI), international cultural centers and major art foundations.

“This linkage is necessary, ” he says,  “to promote the artists, art critics of Aragon in the country and internationally.  If not, it’s always the same names and a loss to the Community. ”

“Aragon has to internationalize itself on a larger scale,” he notes, “because everything that is displayed appears universally seen.”

The Aragonese character is lucidity without limits and thus reflects Aragon borders.  “Proof of this are two great geniuses as Buñuel and Sender, who I knew and I spent some of my work.”


“Falta coordinación en el arte y la cultura”


¿Aragón tiene que internacionalizarse por sí mismo a gran escala ¿señala- porque todo lo que se muestra aparece visto universalmente.

Desde París, Ángel Orensanz, escultor aragonés único y singular, viaja por medio mundo donde alterna sus exposiciones del momento en el Hermitage de San Petersburgo, Cuba y Tokio.

De metodología heterodoxa y diversa, Orensanz afirma que la voluntad de Zaragoza, su ciudad, de proyectarse en el futuro como capital cultural, de congresos y ferias… exige una mejor coordinación cultural de Aragón con el Gobierno central, la Sociedad Estatal para acciones culturales (SEACEX), la Sociedad Estatal para Exposiciones Internacionales (SEEI), los centros culturales internacionales y las grandes fundaciones de arte.

Esta vinculación es necesaria –afirma- para promocionar a los artistas, los críticos de arte de Aragón en el país y en el ámbito internacional. Si no, se encuentra siempre los mismos nombres y es una pérdida para la Comunidad”.

“Aragón tiene que internacionalizarse por sí mismo a gran escala –señala- porque todo lo que se muestra aparece visto universalmente.

El carácter aragonés es de una lucidez sin límites y así se refleja fuera de las fronteras de Aragón. Prueba de ello son dos grandes genios como Buñuel y Sender, a los que conocí y dediqué algunos de mis trabajos”.


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