Independent but together, as a couple but autonomous, they complement each other in their passion for painting. Tatiana Djordjevic and Pedro Alonso, who have been in love for several years, intervene freely in each other's work to create original pieces. Like an open conversation, they let their inspiration speak for themselves both individually and jointly.
Under the name Magü, which means "magic" in Persian, they sign works that bear no resemblance to what they paint individually.
This joint creative effort has led them to produce a new painting, imagining the nymph, the emblematic trophy of the Monte Carlo Television Festival, in the blue atmosphere of an ephemeral summer night in the Principality of Monaco.
In a subtle mix of water and acrylic that gives the background a light touch, the use of oil stick for the raw effect, gold leaves for the sophisticated note and glitter spread over the canvas for the glamour that fills the admitted addiction to all that sparkles, Magü has created the new poster of the 61st edition of the Monte-Carlo Television Festival, which will take place from 17 to 21 June 2022, at the Grimaldi Forum.
This creation reflects the Monegasque experience of the famous actor from La Casa de Papel, a series awarded a Golden Nymph in 2018, and his role as a jury member in the competition the following year.
« We sincerely hope that all of you will enjoy our interpretation of what is the core of the Nymph and, why not, Monte-Carlo itself », said Pedro Alonso.
The poster for the 61st Monte-Carlo Television Festival is already a work of art...
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