Exposición colectiva 


Organizado por La Galería de Arte Ulmacarisa y DV Madrid.

Inauguración: Jueves 21 de febrero 2019 , 19:00 hs.

Lugar: Galería de Arte Ulmacarisa.

C/ José Abascal 26. 28003 Madrid.

Del 21 de febrero al 19 de marzo de 2019.


Lunes: 17:30 – 20:30

Martes a viernes: 10:30 – 14:00 / 17:30 – 20:30

Sábados. 10:30 – 14:00

Tlf: 914457174 – 679634358

MYSTIC INDIA by Marjolaine del Pino

Cultural Evening in presence of the Honorable Minister of External Affairs of India.


At Hotel Villa Magna. Madrid.

on 18 February 2019

Exposición colectiva

“Lux” by Galería Gaudí

8 al 15 de enero de 2019.

Galería Gaudí. C/ García de Paredes 76. 28010 Madrid

Exposición colectiva

“LuxExpo, International Luxembourg Art Fair” by Galería Gaudí

6 al 9 de diciembre de 2018.

Parc Des Expositions. Luxexpo The Box

10 Circuit De La Foire Internationale Luxembourg-Kirchberg

Exposición colectiva

“Tetralogía de la Naturaleza: Agua, Fuego, Tierra, Aire”

Tetralogía de la Naturaleza
Agua, Fuego, Tierra, Aire
6 al 30 de noviembre de 2018.

Biblioteca Pública Manuel Alvar. C/ Azcona 42. 28028 Madrid, España.
T: 917263701

Horarios de visita
Lunes a Viernes de 9:00 a 21:00 hs.
Sábado y domingo: 11:00 a 19:00 hs.

Exposición colectiva

“Tetralogía de la Naturaleza: Aire”

Tetralogía de la Naturaleza
El Aire
5 al 31 de julio de 2018.
Ulmacarisa, Galería de Arte. José Abascal, 26. CP: 28003. Madrid, España.
T: 91 445 71 74

Horarios de visita
Lunes. 17:30 – 20:30, martes a viernes: 10:30 – 14 y 17:30 – 20:30,
sábado: 10:30 – 14:00


Exposition collective

“Homenaje a Russia”

Exposition collective

“Femme & Feminité”

Du 28 Janvier 2017 au 10 Mars 2017,
SOFITEL, Luxembourg, Europe.

“Je suis Tempête, je suis Soleil
Je suis Force et Courage
Je suis Paix, je suis Amour
Je suis Multiple et Unique
Je suis Vie!
Je suis…FEMME!”



Group Exhibition

Sacred Moments

11th to 14th July, 2016
Convention Foyer
India Habitat Centre
Lodhi Road,
New Delhi.

Solo Exhibition

Mystic India II

28thMay until 5th June, 2016.
at Vimla Art Gallery, Gurgaon, India.
At the moment Marjolaine Del Pino laid eyes in India, it was love at first sight. The culture, colors and people captivated and intrigued her curiosity and imagination. The 2014 exhibition Mystic India was a reflection of her first years in the country and the starting point of her exploration with captivated and curious eyes.
 In Mystic India II Marjolaine Del Pino presents us an insightful work, reflecting a deeper knowledge and reverence to the millenary Indian culture. For the past four years the artist developed a profound bond with India, learning from its people and mysticism and understanding more deeply the meaning of traditions, rituals and beliefs. This acquired knowledge has led her into a more abstract art using harmonic compositions. Each painting is a poem and has a story.
This exhibition is the closure of the project Mystic India and part of a long list of presentations of the artist in country. Marjolaine del Pino bids farewell to India, thanking all local artists and friends who have supported her in this fascinating journey.


International Women’s Day 2016

at Wimla Gallery of Art, Gurgaon, India.
To celebrate the centenary of International Women´s Day, Grains of Canvas & Vimla Gallery of Art are honoring and exhibiting artworks of 20 women.

Chief Guest
Prof. Prem Chandra Vishwakarma
Eminent Artist, Ex H.O.D., Dep. of Fine Arts
Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapeeth, Varanasi.
Guest of Honor
sh.Dilip Kumar Sharma
Eminent Artist

Group Exhibition

Vimla Gallery of Art 

19th January to 19 th February 2016. Gurgaon, India.

Chief Guest 
Sh. Ashok Bhowmick
Eminent Artist & Art Critic

Guest of Honor
Dr. Abid Hadi
Prof. AMU Fine Art, Deptt Aligart
Sh.Dilip Kumar Sharma
Eminent Artist

Group Exhibition

Kolor Tandav 4

14th to 20th October 2015
All India Fine Arts & Craft Society (AIFACS), Delhi, India.
India is an inspiring country filled with colours, shapes and experiences that move your senses and invite you to explore. Through my paintings I intend to present the expressions and souls of the Indian people that have crossed my path, from anonymous people on the street to new endearing acquaintances.

Solo Exhibition

Mystic India I

10th December 2014 until 15th January 2015
Instituto Cervantes Gallery, Delhi, India.
India is a complex mix of cultural heritage and traditions, covered by a veil of colours, shapes and experiences that move your senses and invite you to explore and search for harmony through personal transcendence.
“Mystic India” is a contemporary homage to the magnificent Indian spirituality and culture. Marjolaine Del Pino takes you into a magical personal journey through a constellation of traditions, expressions and rituals embedded with the rich colours and textures of the country. From anonymous characters engaged in daily rituals to religious symbols and deities, Marjolaine expresses through her unique style the innate tendency of the human being to search for transcendence and at the same time manifests her vast admiration for the fusion of the spiritual and the mystic in Indian life.

Solo Exhibition

Spirit of Asia

17th May until 30th June 2013
“KulturGiesserei”, Saarburg, Germany.

L’exposition « Spirit of Asia » montre l’énergie et les couleurs du continent asiatique. Elle représente les impressions de l’artiste particulièrement inspirée par la richesse des cultures et des couleurs de l’Asie ainsi que de ses superstitions et traditions uniques.

Les motifs abstraits du Kimono imprimés sur les tissus trompent l’œil : la personne vêtue d’un kimono se mélange, s’intègre, se dissout dans son environnement, donnant l’illusion d’une figure, d’un paysage, d’un arbre, d’un motif floral, suscitant émotions et réflexions.
« Spirit of Asia » présente la perspective de l’artiste à travers des techniques et des styles différents.

Exposition Collective

3 artistes 3 expressions

13 au 30 septembre 2012
Konscht Atelier à la “Becher Gare” Bech, Luxembourg.

Exposition Collective

Biller-a Konschtausstellung 2012

am Centre Culturel Hanner Bra, Bech, Luxembourg.
vum 29. Juni bis den 1. Juli 2012

Exposition Collective

Die Kunst ist eine Begegnung und die Begegnung ist eine Kunst

Château de Vianden, Luxembourg
14 – 29 May 2012.

Exposition Collective


Trier, Germany.
April 2012

Exposition Collective

Nuit Magique des Langues

Luxembourg Ville, Luxembourg.
Décembre, 2011

Group Exhibition


International Artist Meeting,
León, Spain.
August 201.

Sprangprozessioun (Marjolaine Del Pino), Acrylic on canvas, 50cm x 50cm

Each year, on Tuesday after Whitsun, the hopping procession of Echternach takes place in the medieval town of Echternach, the oldest city in Luxembourg. Documented since the year 1100, the procession is founded on the cult of Saint Willibrord, a monk and founder of the Abbey of Echternach. The procession begins early in the morning in the courtyard of the ancient abbey, in the presence of the highest ecclesiastical authorities in the country and of many other countries. Singers recite litanies and then thousands of dancers take over. The hopping step is sideways and forward. In the past, though, some pilgrims jumped three steps forward and two backwards. It ends with a service in the basilica.

On 16thof November 2010 the hopping procession of Echternach has been inscribed on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

Schwéngsgronn (Marjolaine Del Pino), Acrylic on canvas, 50cm x 50cm

The three villages of Rippig, Hemstal and Zittig, situated in the eastern part of Luxembourg and belonging today to the commune of Bech, have always been called the “Schwéngsgronn” (Pig Valley). Legend has it that on their way from Bech to Zittig hikers in the night often met a little white pig that accompanied them a while and then disappeared by a big pear tree in a place called “Schleet”.

In the church of Rippig stands a statue of Saint Anthony with a small white pig, and every year on 17th of January there is the fair of Saint Anthony.

Exposition Collective

Biller-a Konschtausstellung 2011

vum 1. Juli bis den 3.juli 2011
Hanner Bra, Bech, Letzeburg.

Solo Exhibition


du 21 mai au 5 juin 2011
Galerie Chateau de Bourglinster

Le Kimono, c’est le vêtement traditionnel japonais. Les motifs abstraits imprimés sur les tissus trompent l’œil: la personne vêtue d’un kimono se mélange, s’intègre, se dissout dans son environnement, donnant l’illusion d’une figure, d’un visage, d’un paysage, d’un arbre, d’un oiseau, d’un animal, d’un motif floral, suscitant émotions et réflexions.
Celui qui revêt le kimono se reflète comme un double de la réalité, tel la lune sur la terre…. Ki MOON

Exposition Collective

Atelier d’Art FabriZio

Portes Ouvertes
du 11/10 au 24/10 2010
Luxembourg Ville, Luxembourg.

Exposition Collective

Biller- a Konschtausstellung, 2010

vum 2. Juli bis den 4. Juli 2010,
Hanner Bra, Bech, Letzeburg.

Group Exhibition

“Wine and Art” 

28 May – 30 May 2010,
Wincheringen, Germany.

Solo Exhibition

“10 ans en Asie”

26 février – 14 mars 2010,
Galerie Denzelt, Echternach
G.D. de Luxembourg

Group Exhibition

“Colorful Souls”

May 2008
La Lanta Gallery,
Bangkok, Thailand.

1 Comment

  1. Ghislaine
    27/04/2017 @ 13:56

    Me parece que tengo que felicitarte ya que has logrado plasmar en tus bellas pinturas el espiritu de cada lugar en que has estado magnificamente, felicidades cada vez nos maravillas con tu arte..


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