The works focus on the reflection that the artist assumes about her own life and that of others, during and after the pandemic that just passed. It is an invitation to share all the good things of each person beyond adversity.
The pieces are in small and medium format. The artist found in the situation of confinement a point of reflection and a world of new humanitarian possibilities where hope and solidarity prevailed, in the face of so many difficult moments, she said.
She added that so many strong emotions drove her creative process towards a greater fluidity with a tendency towards abstract expressionism.
"Flor Camacho presents her awakening after the stormy pandemic that affected the whole society, in all fields, and that impacted the perception of the world of the artist and her inner world," said Luis Rafael Núñez Bohórquez, director and curator of the Museum.
There are 26 pieces that can be seen until July 15, with hours from 9 am to 5 pm, Monday to Saturday. Free admission.