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CRTVE / TVE Galicia. A View from Galicia: “Manuel Colmeiro. Galicia has a Painter” © Televisión Española in Galicia, 1999

CRTVE / TVE Galicia. A View from Galicia: “Manuel Colmeiro. Galicia has a Painter” © Televisión Española in Galicia, 1999

Datas: 
1 maio 2020 - 6 setembro 2020

O MARCO presenta na súa web unha serie de entrevistas históricas ao artista Manuel Colmeiro, concibidas como actividade complementaria da exposición “MANUEL COLMEIRO. Espazos e encadramentos”.

MARCO presents a series of historical interviews with the artist Manuel Colmeiro online. These are conceived as a complementary activity to the exhibition “MANUEL COLMEIRO. Spaces and Framings”.
#MARCOathome #Istayathome
The first of the interviews, from the archives of TVE in Galicia, was conducted in 1999 and is available from Sunday, May 17 on the occasion of the Galician Literature Day. 
Watch it online at https://youtu.be/qCZgEzmTHbM
CRTVE / TVE Galicia
A View from Galicia: “Manuel Colmeiro. Galicia Has a Painter”, 1999
An interview to Colmeiro in San Fiz de Margaride (Silleda), with his wife, Emilia González Colmeiro, and Isaac Díaz Pardo
Script: Manuel Pérez Bello
Image: M. Midón, M. Villaverde.
Editing: M. Quintás. 
Conductor: Paola Rodríguez
Duration: 23’ 20’’
© Televisión Española en Galicia, 1999
During the exhibition 'Manuel Colmeiro. Spaces and Framings’, curated by Xosé Carlos López Bernárdez, a set of parallel and complementary activities is planned. Bernardez’s fresh eye on the work by one of the key painters in the history of Galician art.
Borrowed from the archives of CRTVG and CRTVE, several interviews with Manuel Colmeiro have been periodically published on the museum's website beginning Wednesday, April 15. Thanks to this special collaboration, our audience has direct access to Colmeiro's work and thoughts.
Not only are they of high interest as historical documents, but also for the fact that they provide the artist's perspective and thoughts at three different moments in his life and artistic career. The painter's own documents outline his work in the political tradition of historical realism and explain the social and aesthetic motivations of the pieces. His testimony helps understand those works with a clear social nuance or the series of inks on the Civil War.
Colmeiro's thoughts also explain his search for a new classicism linked to everyday life. In his own words, “My job as a painter repeatedly displays the common thing —the miracle of existence, its unbroken duration”: maternities, bakers, the three graces, landscapes, still lifes; topics are shown from a rigorous analysis that might seem naive because it shows the modest virtues or typical facts of local life; yet loaded with a strong analytical burden.

MARCO presents a series of historical interviews with the artist Manuel Colmeiro online. These are conceived as a complementary activity to the exhibition “MANUEL COLMEIRO. Spaces and Framings”.

#MARCOathome #Istayathome

The first of the interviews, from the archives of TVE in Galicia, was conducted in 1999 and is available from Sunday, May 17 on the occasion of the Galician Literature Day. 

Watch it online at https://youtu.be/qCZgEzmTHbM

CRTVE / TVE Galicia
A View from Galicia: “Manuel Colmeiro. Galicia Has a Painter”, 1999
An interview to Colmeiro in San Fiz de Margaride (Silleda), with his wife, Emilia González Colmeiro, and Isaac Díaz Pardo
Script: Manuel Pérez Bello
Image: M. Midón, M. Villaverde.
Editing: M. Quintás. Conductor: Paola Rodríguez
Duration: 23’ 20’’
© Televisión Española en Galicia, 1999

During the exhibition 'Manuel Colmeiro. Spaces and Framings’, curated by Xosé Carlos López Bernárdez, a set of parallel and complementary activities is planned. Bernardez’s fresh eye on the work by one of the key painters in the history of Galician art.

Borrowed from the archives of CRTVG and CRTVE, several interviews with Manuel Colmeiro have been periodically published on the museum's website beginning Wednesday, April 15. Thanks to this special collaboration, our audience has direct access to Colmeiro's work and thoughts.

Not only are they of high interest as historical documents, but also for the fact that they provide the artist's perspective and thoughts at three different moments in his life and artistic career. The painter's own documents outline his work in the political tradition of historical realism and explain the social and aesthetic motivations of the pieces. His testimony helps understand those works with a clear social nuance or the series of inks on the Civil War.

Colmeiro's thoughts also explain his search for a new classicism linked to everyday life. In his own words, “My job as a painter repeatedly displays the common thing —the miracle of existence, its unbroken duration”: maternities, bakers, the three graces, landscapes, still lifes; topics are shown from a rigorous analysis that might seem naive because it shows the modest virtues or typical facts of local life; yet loaded with a strong analytical burden.