(Photo: Margravine Gisela of Meissen and Margrave Alexander of Meissen during the visit of the studio of Manuel Sanz Mora M.A. in the Heinrich Schütz Residence.)
The Spanish artist Manuel Mora Sanz M.A. presented a special kind of cultural project on 1 August 2013.
With his works, Manuel Sanz Mora (www.manuelsanz.es) considers interesting and new city views of Dresden in a modern and unconventional way. Not the usual tourist sights have inspired the artist, it were rather the daily excerpts from the everyday culture that inspire him. Manuel Sanz Mora works in both acrylic and oil as well as drawings.
The acrylic and oil paintings by the Spanish artist show people and their everyday interaction. His drawings focus city views of Dresden: “The Town of Dresden is for me a place of everyday beauty and the culture of everyday life, it is authentic, so authentic as life in the Neustadt of Dresden. I feel the spirit and vitality of young people in their city – all this reminds me of my second home Valencia and so I immediately felt at home in Dresden, “said Manuel Sanz Mora about his motivation.
The art-works by Manuel Sanz Mora M.A. are from 24 October 2013 shown every day from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. in the atrium of Heinrich Schütz Residence. The artist is already looking forward to visitors at his studio in the Heinrich Schütz Residence, Neumarkt 12, 01067 Dresden, Germany. Visitors are invited to apply by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0351-26 35 96 0.