The exhibition was inaugurated in the province of Mayabeque.

Normandis Fernández Ramírez, Neski Fernández Ramírez and Yoel García Rivero along with other members of the Que Bolá project have just inaugurated the exhibition Eight, at the headquarters of the Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba at its headquarters in the province of Mayabeque.

“On the edge of …” (Photography on cardboard, 46 x 62 cm) and “Next step” (Photography on canvas, 50 x 50 cm), were the proposals of García Rivero on this occasion to achieve a more intimate approach between creator – work and reality.

While “Crossing the sea” (Acrylic and oil / canvas, 80 x 61cm) by Normandis Fernández Ramírez and “Dawn” (oil / canvas, 80 x 60 cm) by Neski Fernández Ramírez, reflect the existential universe in that intermingles subjectivity, contemporaneity and social behaviors.

To say of Caridad Miyares Álvarez in the words of the catalog: “The exhibition is able to show the essence of each artist as a unique form of expression of their cosmological vision, aspiring to encourage their creative spirit and desire to excel as individuals, who should not be satisfied never, but to prosecute an infinite search to find oneself”.

The exhibition will be open to the public until January 5th, 2019.

Those interested can know a deeper approach to the work of these three creators if they visit their profiles at https://artecru.com/en/index/

“Crossing the sea” (Acrylic and oil / canvas, 80 x 61cm) by Normandis Fernández Ramírez

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