(Camaguey, 1921; lives in Miami)
Estopiñán worked in sculpture, drawing, and printmaking. In the 1940s, he participated in the struggle between different concepts in the field of modern sculpture in Cuba. He emigrated from Cuba in the 1960s, and continued his artistic career in exile. He focused on the female torso as his obsessive subject of investigation, in many varieties of forms.
Biographical excerpt from the LUAG teaching collection
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