“Fondly Remembering Spain" is organized by the Cervantes Institute in collaboration with the Embassy of Spain

The Cervantes Institute organizes an exhibit of Phyllis Zaballero’s paintings of her memories in Spain

The Cervantes Institute presents “Fondly Remembering Spain" an exhibition of Phyllis Zaballero’s “Spanish paintings”. The exhibit will be on view at the Instituto Cervantes' Intramuros branch from November 10, 2022 to January 22, 2023.

This collection of paintings, including those from private collections and those from the artist, was inspired by the Zaballero’s years spent in Barcelona and memories of her trips around the Iberian Peninsula from 1957 to 1960 which had a strong impact on her as an artist.

She belongs to what we can define as the postmodern generation of artists who were trained in the spirit of the still revolutionary avant-garde style of the first half of the 20th century.  Her first artworks developed in an extraordinary period of Philippine painting, from the 50s to the 80s. 

“Fondly Remembering Spain" is organized by the Cervantes Institute in collaboration with the Embassy of Spain. For further information, please visit the Cervantes Institute’s website at http://manila.cervantes.es, Facebook page (InstitutoCervantesManila) or Instagram (institutocervantesmanila). You may also send an email to [email protected].

Submitted by José Antonio Sierra, Hispanismo advisor.

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