The grateful artist of the plastic arts exhibits his work in the city of Detroit.
“Open Scene” the most recent personal exhibition in the grateful artist, essayist and professor Manuel López Oliva was inaugurated in the Center N´Namdi of Contemporary Art of Detroit, Michigan, United States.
Composed by 24 paintings on cloth in its majority of big formats, the exhibition had its genesis in the passing Biennial of Havana, and it will be open until the next January 5th, 2019.
The center that welcomes these art pieces is considered in the first place inside the circuit of galleries of that city of the north of United States, for its vocation curatorial that admits diverse constructive approaches, focus syntactic and experimentations of languages, where the perceptions and the contemporary problems generate authentic realizations and an unpublished point in its spirit and semantic unfolding.
The creator unites in perfect harmony the codes of the painting with those of the theater and the human being like reason and central topic in these impressive and singular visual works again.
The proposed scenes possess a great load polisémica that proposes the spectator a diversity of interpretations and points of views.
A selection of some of its pieces is part of the creative proposals of Artecru.