Alberto J. Trabucco Award
The Alberto J. Trabucco Foundation and the National Academy of Fine Arts with the juries of the awards ceremony, composed by the Academicians Gracia Cutuli, Bastón Díaz, Jorge Gamarra, Matilde Marín, Nelly Perazzo, Rosa María Ravera, Graciela Taquini and Jorge Taverna Irigoyen declared as a winner to Carlos Gómez Centurión
“El Fin de Los Tiempos”, “Finitud”, “Mole”, mixed media on canvas of 250X 150 cm, constitutes a triptych in which he continues his research on a subject that fascinates him, the landscape, whether of the Cordillera de the Andes, the Mercedario Hill, the High Valley of the Colorado River among others of our country that it travels accompanied by a technical team.
This artist has proposed to unravel the mountain form, to reach its entrails, with a vision that escapes the canon, showing its textures, listening to its sounds and its silence, bringing closer to the beholder the mystery of these perennial and unfathomable forms.
Both these works and those that have been doing for quite some time, belong to a pilgrimage that has met under the poetic title “I say the Cordillera.”
The Museum of the National University of Tres de Febrero hosted a memorable moment, since the National Academy of Fine Arts (ANBA) chose this place to develop an art exhibition, where the Prize was presented for the first time outside the Federal Capital. Alberto J. Trabucco, which was obtained by the artist Carlos Gómez Centurión.