By Agustín Valle
Alejandro Soria, a Sonoran visual artist, is giving a 'major leap' in his career in the arts, showing his work in one of the most important art centers in the country, Fabrica La Aurora in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato.
In an interview for Correo Magazine, Alejandro Soria, said that this exhibition in San Miguel de Allende, is a very important in his career.
The contemporary artist, graphic designer graduate in Arts at the Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, Georgia, opened place in this new stage in the center of Mexico with some of his paintings "Face What" and Holistic Perspective.
"It is a very importantstep in my career as a visual author," he said, "The Aurora is a magnet of great collectors of art as a foreign national."
Soria was the center of attraction at the opening of Manuk Gallery, directed by Mexican artist Lourdes Rivera in the Fabrica La Aurora this month and will continue through September. Exhibiting is the result of previous work conducted four months ago in Guanajuato.
"I am very motivated by this exhibition because will open up more doors " he said. Soon, along with Salvador Corral, Fernando Lopez and Daniel Rivera, members of Mubas (Museum of Sonoran Fine Arts), will present at the Symposium of History a collective: "History of Media" and in January Soria will have its latest solo work on display in the gallery Francisco Eusebio Kino of the House of Culture.