For Brenda Cabrera, each work is a sort of self-portrait where she lays bare her essence and, as a ritual, connects it to a much larger cultural universe.
The images I create reflect my long held interest in ancient myths, fables and the symbolic aspects in them.
Drawing is the quintessence of painting, sculpture and architecture. It is the root of all art, and whoever masters it enjoys an incalculable power…
César Castillo delves into the folds of a political art in his own way. The figure of the forgotten antihero on the periphery of the local circuit is his theme.
Marco Arturo Herrera’s work is a backdrop for a reality that becomes monochromatic, where the history of a people fades in its impotence.
Uncertainty is a recurring element in Ronald Vill’s production, no strong statements are witnessed, only what is necessary to raise suspicions is revealed.
Drawing manifests itself for Joniel León as a space for meditation, challenge and experimentation, giving free rein to his obsession for detail.
Alberto Lorente starts from chaos without being obsessed with perfect interpretation, free of ideologies: he clones beings in themselves that are incomplete.