The exhibition of the new media, Bistro, it was inaugurated in the gallery Pedro Esquerré of the city of Matanzas like part of the Festival Fluxus, art in movement.

With Frency Fernández like curator, this novel form of elaborating the art has artists’ of the project works Medinwerkstatt Berlin im kulturwerk of Germany and of Italian Factory of Milan, Italy.

With interesting proposals the exposed works until the day October 24 possess as central axis the use of the audiovisual one and the sound effects as communication roads to transmit the message.

The spectator goes into by of the audiovisual media in a world in the one that alone it exist him and the digital supports.

A new representation what breaks up with the barriers of the reality and the subjectivity.

Bistro breaks up with the oldest forms of representing the art and it adopts the tendencies and necessities of the modern times.

Continuity of the Rivers in art salon

The event is based on the synergy generated by the Intermittent Rivers project.

Yunier Tamayo Sánchez: auto – deconstruction

12 pieces of medium and great format, in those that the author uses his habitual mixed technique on canvas

Lorenzo Padilla: “I do not imitate anyone, I am inspired”

Considered as an important representative of twentieth-century Cuban painting, the creator returns to his hometown.

Visual speeches from various points of view

The worldview of contemporary creators in the same artistic community.

Points of views from a creative community

Contemporary creators come together in the same exhibition space.

Dorian Agüero Anaya: satirical discourse in social spaces

He offers a panorama of the surrounding world with a strong load of irony.

Human sensitivity in a woman’s face

Artist resorts to figuration to express her visual concerns.

Heirs of Hatuey in Iberian lands

Cuban creators offer their visual speeches in one space.

Enough, I try to see you

Young creator represents to the Cuban contemporary art in Spain.

Carlos Artime: when the love born in the time

Two of their most recent works can be appreciated in Europe.

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