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A tribute to George Floyd
Mural by Mexican- American artist Andrés Guzmán (Instagram: @andresitoguzman)
The George Floyd edition
The George Floyd Viewing Room edition presents artworks by contemporary Cuban artists of different generations and covering various aesthetic concepts. These artists express on several medium (photography, painting, installation, etc.) and they embody a strident heterogeneity of Cuban art.
As this edition pays tribute to George Floyd (recently killed in Minneapolis victim of police brutality), we make a call to stop all acts of discrimination and intolerance of any type in Cuba, in the United States and all over the world.
Angel Delgado/ Miguel Alejandro Valderrama (Buti)/ Hilda Vidal/ Julio Llópiz Cazal/ Danilo Maldonado Machado (El Sexto)/ Lilliam Cedeño/ Octavio Irving Hernández/ Carmen Barruecos (Fulana)
Havana, Cuba, 1965.
The Viewing Room features a selection of Angel Delgado's seried work produced from 1997 to 2020.
I can't breathe, 2020. Soap and metal, 34 X 5 X 2 in.
Memorias Acumuladas (Accumulated Memories), 2004. Soap, wood and various objects, 36 x 55 x 3 in.
Miguel Alejandro Valderrama (Buti)
Havana, Cuba, 1985.
The Viewing Room presents a selection of the artist's original photographic works from 2018 to 2020.
Untitled, from the series D- Cubans, 2018. Inkjet print/ 48 x 48 in.
"My photographic work takes off from my investigations and hands-on exercises on documentary and academic photography. My series Havana exercises and New Havana exercises are two examples of the result of my inquiries and experimentations with urban landscapes."
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Havana, Cuba, 1941.
The Viewing Room features a selection of Hilda Vidal's paintings from the past seven years.
Parece esperar el Otoño (Seems to wait for Autumn), 2017. Oil on canvas, 40 x 40 in.
Other works by Hilda Vidal
La atracción remota de un encanto (The remote attraction of a charm), 2019.
Oil on canvas, 28 x 36 in.
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Danilo Maldonado Machado
Camagüey, Cuba, 1983.
In this edition the Viewing Room is presenting a selection of the artist's paintings primarily from 2020.
Work in progress, 2020. Oil on canvas. 14 x 11 in.
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Camagüey, Cuba, 1985.
The Viewing Room brings a selection of Lilliam Cedeño's artwork from two recent series.
Serie Socavones (From the series Sinkholes), 2020. Canson cardboard, 20 x 30 in.
From the Serie Lo peor es cuando no hay mas que pesadilla (The worst the when there is nothing but nightmare), 2020. Charcoal on canson cardboard, 30 x 20 in.
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Octavio Irving Hernández
Santa Clara, Cuba, 1978.
In this edition Octavio Irving's selected arworks date from 2015 to 2019.
Untitled from the Series Pulsiones (Drives), 2015. Mixed on canvas, 53 X 92 in.
Figuras comprometidas (Engaged figures), from the Series Pulsiones (Drives), 2019.
Mixed on canvas, 53 x 59 in.
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Julio Llópiz Casal
Havana, Cuba, 1984.
For this Viewing Room the artist presents pieces of his series Melancholia (2016) and Collages austeros (Austere collages) from 2019.
From the Series Melancholia, 2016. C-Print, 11x17 in.
Pieces of two different Series by Llópiz Casal: Melancholia from 2016 and Collages austeros (Austere collages), a recent 2019 work.
From the Series Collages austeros (Austere collages), 2019.
C-Print, 11 x 8 in.
Havana, Cuba, 1994.
Acomódate al buen beber (Get used to drink good stuff), from the Series Un poco más de lo normal (A little more than usual), 2020. Digital and Inkjet print, 33 X 33 in.
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