One space it gathers a multiplicity of artistic perceptions

Katerine de la Paz, Yunier Tamayo and Alexis Rondón present their pieces in the first exhibition of the “Carlos Enríquez” Gallery in 2019.

Under the title “Retrospective”, the venue hosts 20 pieces of various techniques, formats and themes, of 18 artists from the territory.

Katerine and Yunier presented the abstract works “Once the sky is poured” (acrylic on canvas, 100x100 cm) and “Dark light” (mixed technique on canvas of 183 x 137 cm).

While, Alexis showed an appropriation of the classic image of Che Guevara, made it by mixed technique the title “D’efects” and dimensions of 130 x 105 cm.

The Ambassador of the Hellenic Republic of Greece in Cuba, Her Excellency Stella Bezirtzoglou, was present in the exhibition. In addition to the members of the tourist vessel Variaty Voyager, this arrived at the port of the Manzanillo City this January 7th.

A synthesis of the work of these creators you can appreciate in their respective profiles in Artecru.

Work: “Dark light”. Yunier Tamayo. Mixed technique on canvas. 183 x 137 cm

Work: “Once the sky is poured” (Left) Katerine de la Paz.  Acrylic on canvas. 100x100 cm

Work: “D’efects”. Alexis Rondón. Mixed technique. 130 x 105 cm

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