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Arte Cubano: A Virtual Exhibition

CUBAN FINE ARTS GALLERY of New York City is pleased to present Arte Cubano: A Virtual Exhibition. Featuring works by established artists like Kcho, Manuel Mendive, and Nelson Dominguez alongside the newest generation of up-and-coming artists including Aneli Pupo Rodriguez, Francisco Nunez Martinez, and Gustavo del Valle, this group exhibition is a curated blend of the contemporary Cuban art scene. Spanning a medley of different styles and mediums from the melancholy yet charged brushwork of Kcho to the theatrically deconstructed images of Nana del Riego, Arte Cubano celebrates the diverse body of work born in Cuba. Rich with underlying subtext, emotion, and varying perspectives on Cuba’s dynamic landscape, the works of these 7 artists represent the multifaceted face of contemporary Cuban art.

Lorenzo Holder: “LOADING…”, Digital print, 11 x 16 in 2016

(b. 1990) Lorenzo Holder is a professional photographer born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. Lorenzo’s work focuses on the nuance of emotion, and the movement of life. “I have an irrefutable passion for photographing the inaccessible, contradictory, and unique people and happenings around the world. My goal is to heuristically teach others to explore the world through their own lens.

until 30. April 2021
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Brooklyn, NY


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The Cuban Fine Art’s Gallery will bring to New York City Cuba’s the finest innovative and compelling work. Wherever and whenever it is possible, Cuban artists will be invited to make rare sanctioned appearances at the gallery. The Cuban visual arts reflect, more than any other artistic expression, the creativity and the reality of Cuban people. Cuban art strongly contributes to the foundation of Cuba’s identity. The Cuban Fine Art’s Gallery is opening in mid-2014 to foster better understanding of and easier access to Cuba’s Contemporary Artists. We represent Cuban artists living and working in Cuba. We are active in the primary market and can accommodate the secondary markets as well. The gallery’s location is in New York’s thriving Williamsburg aera in Brooklyn. It will have abundant space for multiple full-scale exhibitions.We intend to show all forms and genres of artwork. Artists we will be showing and/or representing: Adigio Benitez, Nelson Dominguez, Roberto Fabelo, Manuel Mendive,Pedro Pablo Oliva,Alfredo Sosabravo -All National Prize of Visual Art winners - Cuba’s most important prize in art Eduardo Abela Torras, Zaida Del Rio, Cristhian Del Rio,Moisés Finale, Flora Fong, Carlos Guzmán, Carlos Quintana,Reynerio Tamayo, Rubén Alpizar, Rocio García and others. The Gallery is run by Ed Steinberg of New York City.

Ed Steinberg’s work has been shown at the Museum of Modern Art, NY; Whitney Museum, NY: Guggenheim, NY; The New Museum, NY; Styrian Autumn Festival, Graz, Austria; Festival de Cine de San Sebastian, Spain; Festival D’Automne, Paris; Coopertiva Spazziozero, Rome; Gallery Waterio, Japan; Lugano Contemporary Music Festival; The Art Museum of the Nereum, Helsinki; Video ON- Cumune De Roma- Estate Romana; Walker Art Center; Institute of Contemporary Art- Boston; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; The Aspen Center for the Visual Arts; Cervia Video Clips- Italy; High Museum of Art; The Kitchen, NY Shown/Curated show “Paysage du Clip” Music Videos As Art at Center George Pompidou, Paris and shown/ Curated at the Wood Street Gallery, Pittsburg andMusée d'art Contemporain de Montréal, Canada. Ed Steinberg is a well-known video clip and documentary director and producer in the music and art community.

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