Lancelot Alonso Rodríguez – PASSION AND RESTRAINT –

Lancelot Alonso Rodríguez – PASSION AND RESTRAINT –

  Lancelot Alonso graduated in 1997 from the José Antonio Díaz Peláez Experimental Center for Visual Arts, where he finished elementary school. He continued his studies at the FIT School of Design in New York in 2005 and at San Alejandro Academy of Fine Arts in Havana, where he graduated in 2008. He lives and works in Havana. - Virginia Alberdi about Lancelot - 'For strong emotions, we have the work of Lancelot Alonso. On one occasion he was asked about his favorite themes and answered: “I think an important moment was that of…Read more …
Adislen Reyes Pino – PASSION AND RESTRAINT –

Adislen Reyes Pino – PASSION AND RESTRAINT –

Adislen Reyes attended San Alejandro Academy of Fine Arts until 2005 and finished her studies at the Higher Institute of Art in 2010. She has taken part in the following workshops: Artist’s Book, with Steve C. Daiber in San Alejandro (2011); Lithography, in San Alejandro (2003); Collography, with Janet Brossard and Norberto Marrero; The Multiple Trace, at ISA (2002), and Collagraphy, with José Contino, in San Alejandro (2001). She is currently a professor at San Alejandro Academy. She lives and works in Havana. - Virginia Alberdi about Adislen Reyes - 'Adislen has said about herself:…Read more …
Duvier del Dago – Interview by Virginia Alberdi

Duvier del Dago – Interview by Virginia Alberdi

MOST OF US ARE ARTISTS OF A HISTORICAL MOMENT The works of Duvier del Dago stand out in the Cuban visual arts scene of the first two decades of the twenty-first century. He is a young art-ist who, in a relatively short time, has succeeded in articulating his own intelligent language, loaded with intellectual arguments understand-able by informed viewers who have studied art as well as those who approach a gallery for the first time or who encounter any of his works in public spaces. The visual impact of his work has a solid foundation…Read more …
Zaida del Río

Zaida del Río

Between Lucidity and Frenzy Zaida del Río’s career has been consistently frenetic and ascending. Critics and simple observers, trained pupils and people just beginning to look into the world of art (each with his experience) find in the work of this Cuban not only convincing reasons for admiration and brilliance, but, above all, the aesthetically consolidated projection of a sensibility. From near or from afar, in one medium or another (painting, drawing, engraving, ceramics and performance), Zaida has achieved what is for many others denied: a distinctive imagery, a mark of identity. Throughout…Read more …