MEXICAN ANTINOUS ARTIST FEATURED
AT US LATINO ART SHOW AND AUCTION
MEXICAN artist Enrique Estrada, known for his Antinous portraits, will be honored tonight in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania for his art, including his Antinous portrait "Cabeza dinÃ¡mica de Antinoo" shown here.
That and other works by Enrique Estrada will be on display at the LATINO ART SHOW AND AUCTION in Harrisburg.
Estrada hails from Tapachula Chiapas, Mexico, and made his mark in Mexico City as a muralist and portraitist after his study at the National School of Plastic Arts, The Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. He comes to Harrisburg courtesy of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Central PA for the show.
The black-tie affair will be held in the Kunkel Gallery of Whitaker Center, and will feature works by Estrada as well as local Latino artists, as well as music by Ernesto Anaya, another UNAM graduate through the National School of Music.
Anaya is a folk musician who celebrates both Mexican and Latin traditions of music, and his list of musical talents include singing, guitar, violin, viola, arrangement and composing.
The event will include both live and silent auctions as well as a wine and hors d'oeuvre reception.
IF YOU GO:
6-10 p.m. Saturday at Whitaker Center, 222 Market St., Harrisburg. Cost: $75.