Interviews | July 9, 2023 |

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Image courtesy of Begona Cubera Marcos

Interview: Begona Cubero Marcos
Luca Curci talks with Begona Cubero Marcos, during the BORDERS ART FAIR – Hybrid Identities held in Venice at Palazzo Albrizzi-Capello.

Begona Cubero Marcos is the daughter of parents from Madrid and the third of six siblings, from a very young age she learned to negotiate and set limits. These skills helped her in her professional adult life to make a career in the business world. After a long career in the communication sector, she decided to return to her creative roots and resume painting as a means of expression, which later led her to the need to write, plots that she developed from a point in the south of Spain. Currently, she is completely dedicated to giving free rein to her imagination through painting. Transmitting in each painting the emotions and mood of her trying to give a little colour and joy to the world around her.

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Image courtesy of Begona Cubera Marcos

Luca Curci -How did you get to your current artistic practice?
Begona Cubero – From an early age it has always caught my attention, putting it into practice in different contests being successful.

LC – What are your thoughts while you paint? Do you have any habits or rituals while you work?
BC –
When I start to paint I immerse myself in my inner world and let what is inside me flow and many times I express my state of mind in them, It could be said that my works are a reflection of me. My ritual is to be comfortable and listen to my favourite music

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Image courtesy of Begona Cubera Marcos

LC – What is the most challenging part of creating your works of art?
BC –
The most challenging part of my work is to create the same emotions, feelings and impulses for everyone who observes them in the same way that I express them.

LC – How is your creative process?
BC –
During a period of time in my mind all those feelings and sensations are being composed and then I mentally look for a way to capture them and I make several sketches of the same idea with various techniques.

LC – What is the message linked to the work of art that you have shown in this event? How does it connect with the theme of the entire exhibition?
It is the hard road that success in this world entails and connects with the theme of the exhibition like so many artists who have presented themselves and fought for art.

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Image courtesy of Begona Cubera Marcos

LC –  We were attracted to your latest artistic production. Has the work presented been created for the exhibition or as part of pre-existing works?
BC –
The works were already created with that same purpose.

LC – Do you think that ITSLIQUID GROUP can represent an opportunity for artists?
BC –
I believe that foundations like ITSLIQUID GROUP support art and artists by giving us an opportunity to be known in the world.

LC – Did you enjoy cooperating with us?
BC –
It was especially gratifying to attend the exhibition, being able to observe the good atmosphere and the good organization.

LC – What do you think of the ITSLIQUID platform?
BC –
It is a very effective tool for emerging artists.

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Image courtesy of Begona Cubera Marcos

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