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ExxonMobil celebrates Arts
ExxonMobil recognizes the role the arts play around the world in enriching, inspiring and educating audiences with diverse backgrounds.

This year the III Art Salon ExxonMobil opened its doors the past September 6, the sumptuous event was celebrated at the stunning garden of the Bellas Artes Museum in Caracas, place that was design by the recognized architect Carlos Raúl Villanueva.
Since the entrance to the event you can feel the refine atmosphere surround by the tropical lives and the warm light provide by the candles, the hosts headed by Exxon Mobil president Mr. Tim Cut welcome all the presents. At approximately 8:30 Richard Bailey gave an introductory speech and next the exposition curators Carlos Maldonado Bourgoin y Luis Ángel Duque had the opportunity to speck too.
This new edition of the ExxonMobil III Art Salon is committed to the Society-man / the man and his social circumstances. Artists around the country participated in this outstanding exposition that in this opportunity reflects the different tendencies that express the men been throw the symbols, the figuration and the conceptualization. This exposition gathers the photography, the paint and the video-art at the same please as demonstration of the new art and what young exponents can do.
This year winners were Astolfo Funes, Claudia Bueno, Enrique Moreno and Félix Gómez Martínez, you still have the opportunity to see their work in the ExxonMobil III Art Salon at Bellas Artes museum.

By Luisa Osorio
Special to the Journal
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