Tag : Arturo Cuenca

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Outside Cuba

Contemporary Cuban Visual Artists

By: Ileana Fuentes, Graciella Cruz-Taura, Ricardo Pau-Llosa

Outside Cuba is the catalog of the exhibition of the same name which brings the first major showing of the work of contemporary Cuban Artists since the Museum of Moden Art in New York staged Modern Cuban Painters in 1944.

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Cuba Avant-Garde Contemporary Cuban Art from the Farber Collection

The Farber collection contains art from both inside and outside the island. The book is an review of contemporary cuban art over the last 20 years.

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Cuban Cultural Center of NY – Art Auction

Friday June 3, 2011 7:30 PM

The Spanish Benevolent Society
239 West 14th Street, NYC

Featuring the most sought-after artists among
collectors of Cuban art today, including:

Guido Betancourt, Humberto Calzada, Luis Cruz Azaceta, and others…

To register, go to:

Registration fee: $50

The registration fee will be applicable toward art purchase, which will be tax-deductible. All proceeds will be donated to the fund in benefit of the CCCNY’s X Annual Congress: The History of Cuban Baseball (details on our website).

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Memoria – Cuban Art of the 20th Century

An encyclopaedic view of Cuban Art.

Published by California International Arts Foundation

By: Jose Veigas,
Cristina Vives,
Adolfo V. Nodal,
Valia Garzón
Dannys Montes de Oca

To order:   [ Amazon ]

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Arturo Cuenca Solo show at Galería Aroca, Miami – 2001

By Marisol Martell

The outstanding feature in Arturo Cuenca’s show at the Galería Aroca, was the conceptual game between images and words.
If we could see a series of places that reminded us of New York and became a sort of indirect and invented reality we definitely became doubtful in works such as Leftwingkey.

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Arturo Cuenca


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 of nature. The imagery in the show couples flowers as sexual beings and icons, such as Oscar Wilde, as landscapes.

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