The abstraction is present again in the work of Yunier Tamayo.

The abstraction like communication road with the external world is the center of the work of Yunier Tamayo.

Coherent compositions, sensibility, harmony of the color, rhythms of movements are some of the particularities of their recent creations.

A visual journey that is difficult to understand with a single look contains before yes a strong plastic expressiveness. Proposals carried out in diverse technical subject to the most varied human significances.

In these compositions dexterity is denoted reached by the time and the painter’s dedication. And where the employment of the line in all their forms and sizes it restitution in an important axis.

These paintings can be among the suggestions of plastic arts of Artecru. And they are a works proposal for the decoration.

Dutch contemporary art in the Patrick Koster´s vision

The artist offers us a discourse from different aesthetic conceptions.

A serigraphy, a work, a creator of your society

The visual technique is the way of understanding between a creator, his work and the public.

French art in the Caribbean insularity

The creative look of a French artist expresses a perfect combination of harmony and light.

Evolution from the everyday and the artistic

This new proposal is the result of constant improvement of its creator.

“Rivers of Cuba”: new series by Juan Manuel Velázquez

The Cuban countryside is again the inspiration of the artist.

An intermittent river of matter in the physical

A multiplicity of creative techniques converges in Matanzas city.

Photographic sketches of Adriana Riera in biennial times

An interesting look at the concept of photography.

Pop Art at the XIII Biennial Havana

Various visual discourses converge in this event.

“Snapshots” two-person exhibition by Raidel Cabrera Medina

The creator participates in a collateral exhibition of the XIII Biennial Havana.

A kingdom in the reality of this world

The photographic proposal is one of the exhibitions and projects of “Intermittent Rivers”.

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