Don Juan Tenorio and other lunatics are the title of the personal exhibition of Frank David Valdés, exposed in the gallery The Cabinet of the House of the Scenic Memory in the city of Matanzas.

Don Juan Tenorio… it conforms the result of the graduation thesis of Scenic Design in the University of Arts of Frank David, who was inspired by the work of “Don Juan Tenorio” of José Zorrilla and in the design of the book “Christopher Columbus and other lunatics”.

Frank David conjugates in his work the modern and the old things (photograph, paintings and the handicraft) with the world of the scenic design as an interesting excuse to achieve the public’s attraction that visits the installation.

The author uses the colors, the lines, the handicraft elements and the man’s figure that it breaks up with the classic structure of the perfect morphology of the human body as expression roads and of bond with his creative reality.

Don Juan Tenorio and other lunatics locks in their entirety a group of hidden messages with those which Frank David incites the spectator to give them the most diverse readings.

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