New combinations of technical and styles in pictorial representations Jorge’s J. Gutiérrez Salomón.

Varied textures, a careful employment of the colors and wide symbols constitute some of the particularities of the personal exhibition that Jorge J. Gutiérrez Salomón prepares in the city of Matanzas.

With the name The roads didn’t become alone, the artist unites the world of the Afro-Cuban religion with the social restlessness having as starting point to the human being.

With a very personal touch he offers in the works a visual and tactile structure, suggestive and attractive.

It achieves that each piece is an alone one, but at the same time they are conjugated in a perfect symbiosis from the artistic and creative point of view. The interrelation of all the elements in the paintings is complex with a first look, but the spectator will have the more dissimilar interpretations of the reality that it surrounds him.

Salomón who collaborates also with Artecru renovates in his creations the forms in that they are approached and they carry out the plastic arts in Cuba in the last times.

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.

Gecer López exponent of the contemporary art

Artist that is revealed in the sarcastic nature of his creative vision.

A starting point from the small format

Contemporary visuality from a different look.

The discourse of Africanity from the visual arts

The union of two cultures is retaken in the universe of contemporary visuality.

Rafael Fuentes Rojas, beyond the lost word

The visual metaphors as meditate on himself are some of the present topics in his work.

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