Dycvensa Citizen Award 2010
Looking through trees’ leaves. Creating through disposable elements that can be recycled. Supporting the planet through our actions as citizens and through our creativity as artists in order to give love to the world. Dycvensa’s 8th Visual Arts Salon proposes a gathering with global concern. A phase, an axiom, and color connects the present idea with the artists’ creativity, converting this exhibition into an advance of the future. There are several ways to gain attention. Expecting the new year where we will discover the city which is attached to space and time and also what concerns us. This image shall be an invitation to what is to come, and a tribute of what we have in the present. Once Again, painters, sculptors, and photographs have agreed to celebrate our city through this exhibition. This is a group that has decided to expand from Caracas and reach the borders of many cities throughout the country, since this is a national salon.
These artworks have been wrapped by the green future, we have discovered once again our creators’ proposal. An agony that do not stop and transforms into a color palette, and diverse materials, a photograph that captures life itself in an instant. This Salon has taken the responsibility to work for the city, to invite everybody to be citizens. The Eighth Dycvensa Visual Art Salon is the success of Ciudadano Dycvensa (Dycvensa Citizen). It is a program of Sustainable Social Business Responsibility. This proposal is also the pride of this company, its workers, and the communities that receive it. Caracas, Merida, and Barquisimeto. Making art is constructing lives, inspiration, and citizens.
Oil on canvas. The Pied Piper of Hamelin.
Ciudadano Dycvensa (Dycvensa Citizen)
2010 Dycvensa Citizen Award.
Dycvensa’s Visual Arts Salon.
The construction company Dycvensa have been participating in the construction of works for thirty years with the purpose to enhancing Venezuela. Every year this company, through its Social Responsibility Program carries out the Dycvensa Visual Arts Salon “City, Space, and Time” for over 11 years continuously, which has made it one of the most recognized art salons in Caracas. More than 100 artworks participate in each release, and less than 20 are selected. The artworks of this salon have been exposed in the Centro de Estudios Latinomaericanos Romulo Gallegos (Latin American Study Center Romulo Gallegos) (Celarg for its initials in Spanish), and have been appreciated by more than five thousand people.
In years 2010 and 2004, Vanessa Balleza participated and won the Dycvenza Citizen Award granted by the audience.