Cuban-born Glexis Novoa (b. 1964) has resided in Miami since 1995 and is known for meticulously rendered graphite landscapes that focus not on the natural world but on the built environment. Anchored by a common horizon line stretching across the walls of the room,Novoa’s drawing juxtaposes imagined and real, ancient and modern architectural structures – monuments to human achievement and ideological symbols of power – from anonymous skyscrapers and imaginary statues to specific skylines and icons.

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