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18 Sep. – 26 Oct. 2013

 

Marlborough Contemporary
6 Albemarle St. London W1S 4BY
UK
 

Diango Hernández links personal and collective memory, blurring the line between conflicting poetic and political points of view. Born in Cuba and now living in Düsseldorf, Germany, after having travelled the world, Hernández has acquired a reversed perspective on colonialism and political structures. An outsider everywhere, as much in Cuba as in Europe, he has invariably been shaped by his communist education. Hernández believes that all art is autobiographical but also incorporates the collective organised structures that give shape to history.


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