PEDRO CANO – TRAVEL NOTEBOOKS [TRAILER] – Alfonso Burgos Risco (Spain, 2016) 2’25”

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‘Travel Notebooks’ it’s a trailer of the two documentaries about Pedro Cano in which two meetings with students of Art for the exchange of ideas on the subject of working process of the Murcian artist in his ‘Travel Notebooks’ are recorded. In this trailer we see the philosophy and key thought of Pedro Cano, from his own words, deeply committed to his art.

The documentaries are produced in the “Del Natural” Innovation Project that directs and coordinates Carmen Castillo and produces TvUM in collaboration with the Innovation Unit of the University of Murcia.

Pedro Cano was born in Blanca and began painting at age eleven. At nineteen he moved to Madrid and later entered the School of Fine Arts of San Fernando, where his teachers Antonio Lopez Garcia and Juan Barjola, among others. In 1969 he won a scholarship as opposed to reside in Rome at the Academy of Spain for three years, after which he moved to Anguillara, a small town on the outskirts of Rome, where he remains habitually living when it is in Italy.

He has exhibited in numerous public and private spaces in Europe and America and has work in the Vatican Museum, in the Galleria degli Uffizi in Florence and the Meadows Museum in Dallas. During the 80s he lived for five years in New York, although it has never ceased to return often to his people in the province of Murcia. Pedro Cano have written personalities like Alfonso Perez Sanchez, Maurizio Calvesi, Predrag Matvejevich, Juan Manuel Bonet and Lorenza Trucchi.

Pedro Cano - Travel Notebooks [trailer]

Director bio: Alfonso Burgos Risco was born in 1984 in Toledo, Spain. He studied illustration and graphic design before forming in Fine Arts at the University of Murcia, where he won a scholarship thanks to which , he spent a semester at the School of Film and Television of Cordoba in UNC (Argentina)After his award-winning first feature documentary ‘The Memory of the Hands’, Alfonso Burgos directs his second project consists of two documentaries about Pedro Cano and Travel Notebooks.

Director statement: A close, intimate and own personal portrait of the artist Pedro Cano and his creative and artistic process to share knowledge and wisdom with a small group of student art portrait.