VALLADOLID, Yucatán, May 8, 2018.- Within the framework of the 475th anniversary of the foundation of Valladolid, the photographic exhibition “Damas de la Eternidad” (Ladies of Eternity) was presented at the “Ramón Mendoza Novelo” gallery, located in the “Casa de la Cultura el Arte” (House of Art and Culture).
The Yucatecan photographer Pedro Tec Chim said he was happy to participate in the exhibition and to present 13 photographs of children and adults, which he has taken in the states of Yucatán and Chiapas.
The artist, with a brilliant career of three years, has obtained the first place in Italy with the exhibition “Donne Maya“, and in 2016, he received the State Youth Prize from the Yucatan state government, among other distinctions.
He has also exhibited in Spain, Venezuela, Mexico, Guadalajara, Puebla and Veracruz.
The exhibition will be open to the public from May 7 to 21, where all people can enjoy the photographs.
Among the attendees, were the Director of Human Development and Skills, Marlene Santos Lara; the head of the House of Art and Culture Flor Marina Valdez Aguilar, and Yennezy Osorio Ávila.
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