The artist based in Benalmádena Pablo Rodríguez Guyreceives a tribute tomorrowSunday in the town of Santa Elena, in Jaén, where the painter and sculptor lived the first ten years of his life.
According to the mayor of the town, Ramón Coloma González, a plaque will be placed on the house where he spent his childhood and an Exhibition Hall will also be inaugurated in Santa Elena with his name. At the same time, an exhibition by Rodríguez Guy entitled 70 years of Light-Return to the Origin will kick off.
The residents of Santa Elana have wanted to pay tribute to one of the most outstanding artists on the Costa del Sol, who also actively participates in different areas of culture and art in Benalmádena and is involved with various associations from the cultural spectrum of the town.
Rodríguez Guy has carried out around 150 individual exhibitions and as many collective exhibitionsin Spain, Portugal, Germany, Iceland, France, Belgium, Holland, Italy, Canada, Cuba, the United States, Japan, the Dominican Republic, Taiwan and China.
His prolific artistic career has been awarded 90 awards and medals in painting, engraving and watercolor competitions, both inside and outside the country.
In the Benalmádena Exhibition Centercan be enjoyed until next day 12, of 50 years of Light and Color,an exhibition with which the painter wants to “celebrate life” and entertain us with a feast of color, works in various formats and techniques, as an introspective overview of his artistic universe. This exhibition is presented as “the pages of a story that fly in time towards infinity … like a love letter” that aims to flood the spirit of those who visit it with light, color and life.