BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA.- The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes presents Portraits and Places Works by Rómulo Macció, on view through April 24, 2007. This is a retrospective of the artist who was part of the New Figuration group, together with Luis Delipe Noé, Jorge de la Vega, and Ernesto Deira in the end of 1961. Rómulo Macció was born in 1931 and was a self-taught artist that worked in advertising and design. Throughout his career he worked, lived and exhibited in Europe and the United States, always living with the phrase Painting is not said but shown.
The exhibition includes a selection of 30 paintings of large format that goes through the last 20 years of the artists production. The works were created between Medinaceli (Spain) and Buenas Aires.