Daniel Lezama, a Mexican painter born in 1968, currently has an exhibition at the Fundación de Artistas in Merida. The show will be on display until July 2.
Lezama, who was born in Mexico City and grew up also in Texas and Paris, is a painter whose work is characterized by an academic style defined as “naturalist”, in which symbols and images allegorically rework nationalistic Mexican themes. His paintings reflect influences of Mexican artists of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries as well as others with strong narrative scope such as Rubens and Goya, and in handling of light such as Caravaggio.
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