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The incredible Tamara Montero, the most talkative reporter, had the courtesy of coming to my solo show: Pánic in the museum, at the Granell Foundation and she wrote this article.
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La Voz de Galicia
The Zig Zag TV program interviews María Meijide on the occasion of her exhibition Pánico no museo, at the Eugenio Granell Foundation and the imminent publication Autobiografía cuantificada ou que difícil e ser María Meijide, with Tulipa Editorial, and which will be presented at Culturgal22.TV programa Zig Zag
The artist María Meijide inaugurated yesterday Pánico no museo at the Eugenio Granell Foundation after her residency at the entity. In her project, she narrates current life in an autobiographical way in the form of a large expanded diary. We can see her friends, her family and also the spaces of the museum. The exhibition is made up of more than twenty pieces, almost all acrylic paint with the presence of notebook notes and a neon piece.The show will be open until January 29.La Voz de Galicia diario cultural radio libertad digital radio
With her work Drama en el polígono, María Meijide from Compostela is the winner of the VI International Prize for Graphic Art organized by the Diputación de A Coruña. Made with a mixed technique, Meijide's work was chosen by a jury made up of Miriam Pérez Fernández, Marta María Fermín Rodríguez, Isabel García Elorrieta, Manuel Ignacio Martínez Antelo and Jesús Mateos Brea, and chaired by the person in charge of the Equality area of the Diputación, María Muíño, with the head of the Cultural Action service, Mercedes Fernández-Albalat Ruiz, as secretary. The jury meeting was attended by the award curator, Pedro Galilea, and the president of the CIEC Foundation, Jesús Núñez. 135 works from 23 different countries were submitted to the contest.La voz de Galicia Deputacio da Coruña El correo gallego culturagalega
The inauguration of the exhibition by María Meijide will be the first activity of the big week of the Cans Festival: The South of Galicia seems to be by Hopper. Cans travel book. The works portray that peri-urban southern Galicia, dotted with roads and industrial estates. With a nod to the paintings of the American Edward Hopper, in this proposal, architecture and landscape come together in a dilapidated and highly recognizable industrial beauty.Festival de Cans Galicia press Faro de Vigo Atlántico.net