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“Living in Memory / Viviendo en Memoria”

Paintings & Drawings by Nilton Cardenas
Opening Reception: Thursday, June 19, 2008
Show Dates: June 3, 2008 – July 5, 2008

Gallery Z is exited to announce that it will be hosting an opening reception for Living in Memory/ Viviendo en Memoria, featuring paintings and drawings by Nilton Cardenas, on Thursday, June 19, 2008, from 5-9pm. The artist will be present at the reception.

In his current collection, Nilton maintains a passion for telling the story of his country’s culture through his art. The use of color in his large murals reflects his experience and perspective of life in his native Peru where color, music and traditions are the standards of beauty. In his work one finds traces of surrealism, realism, abstract and contemporary styles.

Nilton Cardenas was born and raised in Lima, Peru. At the age of 20, he and his family immigrated to Florida, later settling in Providence, Rhode Island. Nilton studied journalism at the University of San Martin de Porres and Painting at the Institute Superior Jose Sabogal in Lima, Peru. He has exhibited his artwork both individually and collectively in the United States and Spain.

Nilton actively promotes Latino art and culture in the local community and is a former Board Member of Sol Gallery. Nilton has been developing his talent with the youth of Providence as an art teacher in schools, summer camps, and in before and after school programs. For this work, he has received recognition awards from City and State officials for his support and impact of art on children.

In 2007, Nilton was featured in a solo exhibition hosted by The Consulate General of Peru in Hartford, CT. In 2006, his work was featured at the Venezuela Gallery at the Consulate of Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in New York.