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Camilo Medina Camilo Tablada was born in January 1984 in Managua, Nicaragua.

Born into a family of painters known as a child and he loved painting and was influenced by painters of his family but especially by his father Master Efren Medina. His first art school was in his own home in the studio of his father, who mostly has learned what he knows about painting.

At the age of 15 he entered the School of Fine Arts in Managua, where he studied two years, he sold his...

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Camilo Medina Camilo Tablada was born in January 1984 in Managua, Nicaragua.

Born into a family of painters known as a child and he loved painting and was influenced by painters of his family but especially by his father Master Efren Medina. His first art school was in his own home in the studio of his father, who mostly has learned what he knows about painting.

At the age of 15 he entered the School of Fine Arts in Managua, where he studied two years, he sold his first painting at age 16.

At 17 he traveled to Guatemala to study theology, which also loves like art. Three years later returned home to resume his dream of becoming a painter.

Today is devoted to painting, has already made several exhibitions of his works with much success, which have begun to transcend the borders of Nicaragua.

EXHIBITIONS HELD

1. Group Exhibition. Studio Gallery Ephrem. December 14, 2006.

2. Group Exhibition in Gallery Epikentro. March 7, 2007.

3. I Personal Exhibition "Scenes and Experiences of Camilo Medina." Efren Studio Gallery, March 15, 2007.

4. Group Exhibition. Studio Gallery Ephrem. December 14, 2007.

5. Personal exhibition "Farewell." EZA Cash, March 7, 2008

CRITICISM OF THE WORK OF MEDINA CAMILO

by Alvaro Urtecho

Scene & Experiences Camilo Medina

Camilo Medina, a young painter born in Managua in 1984, son of Efren Medina, inherited from his father the substantive sense of color, thick impasto, the organization of space in painting stripes.

Medina has studied theology in Guatemala, bringing its intention transcendent art, abundant still life draw attention not only by the structure compositvia but the slides that you can see them, their oranges, lemons and apples beside his bottles translucent reminiscent of classical tradition and the suggestion of lit walls like a dramatic esceneraio.

His nudes are grouped around him in a kind of wild set, as in the mouth or in the paint totally free of Ernesto Cuadra Cape, with its festive air and Dionysian.

One of the most powerful attention in this exhibit novel Medina (son of tiger striped leaves, as the saying popular) which will certainly enrich the newest Plastic in our country, is the interesting inner structure of his compositions, his visceral warp. Even at first glance we can see how to operate the composite procedure, the fabric of his paintings, something like your guts, its roof, its formal approaches, in a building held by a breath, a rapid pulse of the body, swell pictorial emotion itself, the boiling magma of pure color where there are no plans, no schedules, no issues but only the very rhythm of the stroke, the fingers and a spatula.

Alvaro Urtecho - Nicaraguan writer, poet and art critic, died in 2008.

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