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Antonio Laita

Antonio Laita Viguria born and works in Cirauqui (Navarra).

He has won several awards in art fairs and biennials. He travels to New York, Cuba, Morocco and Venice and several exhibitions on the work in those cities.

Restored in 1996 the Dome of the angels at home Cirauqui Sixteenth Century Way.

Between the years of 1997 to 2001 riding his studio in an attic in the center of Seville, where he painted a large mural for a private home.

During the next four years stands at Villamanrique of the Countess and around the marshes of the Guadalquivir to the gates of El Rocio. In this place Altarpiece painted sketches of Time and Space to display at Olite in 2003.

In 2005 I traveled to Mexico and established his studio in Cuautla, in the exhibition have painted Memories for the Basque Center in Mexico City and works for the Gallery Valdez Valle Grande. Displays also assists in the Iconography Zapata 2006, Convened by the Ludic Society of Artists.

In 2006, Morocco remains long time in developing their designs on pottery and working with the potters of the city of Safi.

Field work in the White Jato Farm Seville Bullfighting exhibition to display in Seville and Pamplona in 2007.

Between 2005 and 2007 the artist restore the facade and decorated with murals on backyard of Cirauqui

During 2008, Laita work on your land, for 25 years after exposure at the Palacio San Cristobal de Estella and for the exposure of the Citadel at the armory in Pamplona, during the month of December.

During his last trip to Morocco in May 2008, comes into contact Memory Work and Moroccan Official Agencies to prepare an exhibition of several cities in Morocco for the years 2009 and 2010.

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