JUAN SORIANO IN THE MAIN SQUARE (ZÓCALO): AN EXPERIENCE OF CONTEMPORARY ART AT HISTORICAL TOWN CENTRE FROM PUEBLA-MÉXICO
Keywords:Juan Sorianao, Public Art
This research is trying to spread the experience of a temporary exhibition of contemporary art in the most important public site from the historical City of Puebla-Mexico, named “Los sueños moldeados de Juan Soriano” (The manageable dreams from Juan Soriano) carried out by Instituto Municipal de Arte y Cultura (Municipal Institute of Art and Culture) from the Town Council of Puebla City, from April 21st to June 26th, 2006, within the setting of the festivities for the 475 years of the City foundation, This space from XVI century was selected in
order to show great sculptures (monuments) carried out by the Mexican artist Juan Soriano (1920-2006)1
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