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SC, SICT and Inbal maintain narrative and conservation of SCOP Center murals / @jorgenunol @SICTmx >>>

#SICT.- The federal Ministry of Culture, the Ministry of Infrastructure, Communications and Transportation (SICT) and the National Institute of Fine Arts and Literature (Inbal), held an informative meeting with relatives of artists whose work is part of the SCOP Center, in order to learn about the progress of the Mexican Muralism Park project.

At the meeting, federal authorities reiterated that the artistic recovery process respects the historical narrative of each of the removed pieces and that with the help of state-of-the-art technology, the complete and unaffected detachment has been achieved, in order to continue with the conservation of the 13 murals that the site has housed since 1954.

The head of Inbal, Lucina Jiménez López, led the open dialogue with Alberto Best, son of the muralist Jorge Best Berganzo, as well as with Luz Elena and Martha Soto, daughters of the artist Rosendo Soto Álvarez, to whom she assured that the commitment to rescue this artistic heritage of Mexico has been fulfilled in collaboration with the SICT.
In the informative meeting, held in face-to-face and virtual format, the general director of the Institute was grateful to have a meeting with the family members, who have always been aware of the significance of this Mexican heritage.
Jiménez López reiterated that the participating authorities are united by their interest in talking about the artistic work represented by this SCOP ensemble, whose responsibility is shared with the Ministry of Infrastructure, Communications and Transportation, the federal Ministry of Culture and the Presidency of the Republic, since this project represents the preservation of Mexico’s Artistic Heritage.

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