Convention Center in Camaguey is honored with paintings by Martha Jimenez
Camaguey- With the work of the prominent artist Martha Petrona Jimenez Perez, represented this time by the triptych "Advent", is honored the Santa Cecilia Convention Center Santa, located in the historic center of Camagüey city, declared by UNESCO in 2008 as Cultural heritage of Humanity.
"This triptych is basically identified by two flattering aspects: the right choice of an extra format and an accomplished management in the preciousness of color. It is for this reason that the system is not designed to look closely, it technically requires a distance from the viewer of not less than five meters as elementary rule of appreciation. Only from there you can begin to appreciate the aesthetic levels reached by the author", as expressed Yaniel Perez Guerra, curator and specialist in visual arts.
The specialist also said that "Advent is a certainly commendable delivery, authentic, especially prepared in a the time of unquestionable creative maturity. It is therefore a very brave proposal, pulsing the dimension of an artist with exemplary probity of art ".
On the other hand, the Santa Cecilia Convention Center is an emblem of architectural heritage in Camaguey. The building was built in the Republican era, as the headquarters of the People Society Santa Cecilia. It is located in the Plaza de los Trabajadores, one of the five founding places of the town of Santa Maria del Puerto del Principe.
The entity was created in order to provide specialized services for all kinds of events, in provincial, national and international levels. It is subordinated to the Office of the City Historian of Camagüey (OHCC).
Among the main challenges the Convention Center is being recognized as the favorite spot to organize and develop events of all kinds, "by providing personalized service geared to meet all the needs and motivations of the organizers, participants in each event lasting experience to live in a cozy, safe environment served by a kind and qualified personnel", according to experts at that institution.
Author: Roger Rodriguez Martin
Source: Portal Cultural Principe