Monthly Archives : January 2011

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Carmen Herrera – At 94, She’s the Hot New Thing in painting

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Rubén Torres Llorca

Arte Al Dia International Online Wednesday March 31, 2010 Praxis International Art            by Julia P. Herzberg So Quiet in Here was a memorable installation by Rubén Torres Llorca at El Museo del Barrio in New York in 1998. It was a parodic recreation of a historical account dating from Belgium’s […]



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Mario Torroella

Anton and Francoise Nelessen would like to invite you to a new exhibit featuring Mario Torroella and Johnathan Shor Preview: Friday, October 15, 2010 – 4pm to dusk Opening: Saturday, October 16, 2010 – 4pm to 8pm Reception: Sunday, October 17, 2010 – 12pm to 4pm At the Nelessen residence :  49 River Road, Belle Mead, New […]



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Gladys Triana

Hardcore Art Hardcore Art introduces Gladys Triana



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Arturo Cuenca

PAUL SHARPE CONTEMPORARY ART, NEW YORK Exhibit November 1 to November 26, 2005 ‘Aesthasy’ combines two English words, aesthetic and ecstasy to create a hybrid title, which is derived from the Cuban tradition of using made-up words taken from real words in the language. The concept touches upon the beauty of creation as a strategy […]



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Revisiting the past – The paintings of Gustavo Acosta

By Irina Leyva-Pérez If we look back at Gustavo’s oeuvre over a span of twenty years, we can easily recognize that he has been interested in social expressions of power. In the 1980s, when his work started receiving attention, he was using metaphors of Roman architecture as a reference to the Cuban social system. The […]



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Carlos Estévez, Gory & Adrian, at Pan American Art Projects

The mystery of migrations is the title of  Carlos Estévez’s new solo exhibition of paintings. As the title indicates, Carlos is exploring the process of migrations, philosophically, existentially and physically.



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Carlos Rodríguez Cárdenas – The Journey of the Conquest

Nkisi Project – Miami   By Rafael López-Ramos Coinciding with the Art Basel Miami Beach fair, Carlos Rodríguez Cárdenas presented his personal show The Journey of the Conquest at the Nkisi Project space, curated by Bernardo Navarro with the collaboration of José Bedia. Since the mid-1980’s, Cárdenas’ work has been characterized by exquisite and ironic artistry, […]



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Carmen Herrera: Is it a dream?

December 20, 2010 The Telegraph by Helena de Bertodono After a lifetime of anonymity, the 95-year-old Carmen Herrera is suddenly one of the world’s most collectible living artists.



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The Great Systems – Gustavo Acosta/Flights of Fancy – Carlos Gonzalez

Article appeared in Art Pulse Magazine 2009 “To soar” involves breeching the wall of the mundane to internalize, perhaps, the purest essence of our reality. Then, from above, startled by so much finiteness, we prepare for that voyage of yearning toward the city from whence we came and toward which we travel, there where stories […]



 
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