Group exhibition at Martin's Atelier
The group exhibition Transforming, in which José Manuel Cardiel participated, opened on 6 March 2020 in Brussels, at Martin's Atelier art gallery. The exhibition could be visited on 6, 7 and 8 March and the Finissage was scheduled for Sunday 22 March, but was postponed until a later date due to the current coronavirus pandemic.
Spanish artists at Martin's Atelier
The third artist to take part in the group exhibition was José Manuel Cardiel, a Spanish abstract expressionist painter with a style reminiscent of Jackson Pollock, who has more than 300 works.
Martin's Atelier, promoters of culture
Martin's Atelier gallery is located in Brussels and is run by Icíar Ormaechea and Martin Versnel. Today it is a reference in the promotion of Spanish and Latin American artists in Brussels, being the starting point for their European projection. The exhibition was supported by the Embassy of Spain to the Kingdom of Belgium @spainculturebe
Public and institutional support for Transforming
The art exhibition was attended by more than 150 people, including personalities from the world of Belgian culture, members of the North American Association in Belgium and the Honduran ambassador to the European Union, Roberto Ochoa, among others.
The head of the Aragonese Government in Belgium, Cárlos Gómez Ascaso, also attended, together with his wife, Gloria Marquilez, who works in the cultural section of the Spanish embassy in Belgium.