The exhibition opens on the eve of the opening of the XIII Biennial Havana in the city of Matanzas.
On April 14, the collective exhibition “ConnectArt” was inaugurated, a collective project that brings together Cuban and North American artists from Ohio.
As part of the creators that make up this creative proposal is Jorge J. Gutiérrez Salomón with his work “Obbe Roso Untele” (3 x 1.50m)
A piece with a large allegorical component of Cuban religious syncretism (the symbiosis between African and Catholic religion is understood) and where traditional pigments converge in the same compositional scene with resources from Art Povera, such as plant fibers that result in interesting seminstalative structures and somewhat exclusive.
“Obbe Roso Untele” can be appreciated in the Lolo`s Workshop – Gallery, located on the Narváez promenade in the Matanzas city.
The opening of the exhibition is part of the project of María Magdalena Campos – Pons “Intermittent Rivers” of the XIII Biennial of Havana with its sub-office in the city of Matanzas and had the curatorship of the renowned Michael Reese.
Artecru will accompany everything that happens with the career of this exponent of contemporary visuality during his participation in the most important event of the visual arts that takes place in Cuba.
Those interested can also learn more about Salomón in his profile in the community of creators of this website.