Drawing is the quintessence of painting, sculpture and architecture. It is the root of all art, and whoever masters it enjoys an incalculable power…
Alberto Lorente starts from chaos without being obsessed with perfect interpretation, free of ideologies: he clones beings in themselves that are incomplete.
Miriannys Montes de Oca has reinterpreted in her work the duality that stirs within us, where we move from a self-recognition to an external split.
Felipe Alarcón lets images of historical figures, intellectuals and Afro-descendant artists peek through transparencies and glazes in his paintings.
Uncertainty is a recurring element in Ronald Vill’s production, no strong statements are witnessed, only what is necessary to raise suspicions is revealed.
Brian Sanchez’s painting is compulsive and intense, it simulates and transvestites the deepest desires, it achieves through it timelessness, awe and gloom.
The artistic capacity of Jorge César Sáenz for sculpture and painting seduces and envelops us, with naturalness, subtlety and elegance, it is a temporary journey to the Middle Ages.
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.
Javier Barreiro is interested in observing his surroundings, the images that are repeated day by day, where the urban grows guided by precariousness and adopts a form of survival.
Carlos Batista’s works reveal a disturbing loneliness not exempt of drama; that contemporary drama that makes us oscillate between immediacy and a continuous desire for transcendence.
The grotesque, the scatological, the perverted, the perverted, the sublime, the sexual, the dark, the disproportionate, the wrathful, the noble and the human, all come together in Antoine Mena’s work.
Regis Soler has developed an extensive career as a sculptor dating back to the 1980s, experimenting with the appropriative process and assemblage.
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.
Rodolfo Valdés Montes de Oca’s landscape creations are of a contemplative nature, capable of rivaling, in beauty and mastery, the world of Natural.
In Octavio Irving’s works there is the echo of a city that speaks of erosion and wear, also of a knowledge acquired through cycles in constant succession.
Abraham Machado points out among his main artistic references the impressionist painters, from whom he inherited the concern for light and the synthesis of stains and colors.
Luis A. Gonzalez’s form of expression is painting. However, music, video and a child’s games are also his means of communicating ideas.
The work of Elio Jesús Fonseca has a marked existentialist background. For the choice of materials, the visceral nature of his scenes and the effectiveness he imprints on them.
Aissa Santiso executes actions with rigor, as an artist (multifaceted, interdisciplinary, multimedial…) Painting, performance, photography, new media art, video art.
For Maikel Sotomayor, landscape has been the neuralgic point of his most extended creative discourse. He conceives him to whom he must return.
The images I create reflect my long held interest in ancient myths, fables and the symbolic aspects in them.
Marco Arturo Herrera’s work is a backdrop for a reality that becomes monochromatic, where the history of a people fades in its impotence.
Drawing manifests itself for Joniel León as a space for meditation, challenge and experimentation, giving free rein to his obsession for detail.
“Volumes in Space” announces the poetics of Leandro Mompié, two practices, sculptures taken to painting, works of an enigmatic theatricality and a solid visual structuring.
The work of Raul C (Memo), establishes a sort of playful game with the public that then derives in a greater accumulation of meanings, bearers of social, political or cultural concerns.