Video about the work process of Raúl Cordero made during the making of his exhibition ART FOR THE DISTRACTED MIND / ARTE PARA LA MENTE DISTRAÍDA at Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes in Havana, Cuba (2019-2020).
We are pleased to share images of FOREVER AGAIN AND AGAIN / POR SIEMPRE UNA Y OTRA VEZ at Galleria Continua in Havana, Cuba. This group show, curated by Niurma Pérez Zerpas and Lorenzo Fiaschi features works by Daniel Buren, Yoan Capote, Raúl Cordero, Michel Pérez Pollo, Angel Ricardo Ricardo Ríos, Serse, Arcangello Sassolino and José Antonio Suárez Londoño. Photos by Néstor Kim, courtesy of Galleria Continua.
We are very pleased to share impressions of Raúl Cordero’s solo show “Arte para la mente distraída / Art For The Distracted Mind” at the National Museum o Fine Arts in Havana, Cuba. Curated by the museum’s chief curator Niurka Fanego, this exhibition consists of big format paintings, objects, photogtraphs, video and a large text piece at the museum’s entrance.
Running from November 29th, 2019 until March 2nd, 2020.
We are very pleased to share that Raúl Cordero’s Binnacle piece Untitled (Y.O.L.O.) will be permanently installed at the facade of El Espacio Twenty Three, the new home for the Jorge Pérez Collection in Miami, Florida.
Mai 36 Galerie is delighted to present a group exhibition of eleven contemporary cuban artists.
ABUC brings together a group of Cuban artists as a personal overview on the current contemporary art scene in Havana. It is a glimpse into an island universe and a personal choice. Victor Gisler has regularly visited Havana and its artists’ studios over the last 8 years. This show aims to introduce to a western audience a group of four generations of artistic practises in Cuba – mythical, mysterious, sensual, dynamic, unique, bizarre and misunderstood.
The conditions and themes of these practices are precarious, not just economically, but also psychologically, spiritually and politically.
Alejandro Campins, Laura Carralero, Raúl Cordero, Leandro Feal, Carlos Garaicoa, Flavio Garciandía, Orestes Hernández, Reynier Leyva Novo, Michel Pérez Pollo, Irving Vera and José Yaque.
Opening: October 31, 6PM
November 1, 2019 – January 11, 2020