His paintings have a strong iconographic charge.

Manuel López Oliva, plastic artist with a consolidated and art critic with a long and successful career in the national and foreign field is integrated into the catalog of creators of Artecru.

Graduated from the National School of Art he has worked as a professor at the Higher Institute of Art and the Faculty of Arts and Letters of the University of Havana.

His pictorial and performative work has been exhibited in numerous biennials, auctions, art fairs and international exhibitions. He has made illustrations and covers for several books and magazines.

The creator is a member of the Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba and has been President of the National Committee of the International Association of Plastic Artists.

He stands out for the use of acrylic on canvas although this is not the only technique used in his artistic work. His paintings have a strong iconographic charge without falling into visual aggression neither in superfluous elements; it possesses a solid speech within contemporary art.

Among the recognitions granted are: the Distinction for the National Culture of the Ministry of Culture, the Diploma of Artistic Merit of the University of the Arts, the National Art Critic Award Guy Pérez Cisneros, for the work of all life and the most outstanding International Critic of Art Award (L’Humanité, France).

Their creations are part of the artistic suggestions of Artecru.

Yunier Tamayo Sánchez’s work award

The piece “Thematic Incongruence”, by the Manzanillo` s creator, won the recognition of the Municipal Salon “October 10th”.

“Incoherent resignation” of the imagination to the canvas

The understanding of the surrounding environment is the reason that gives life to this work.

“Pulse”: photographic discourse from the visual arts

The artistic initiative brings together young people from Matanzas city.

Patakíes: sketches for a popular visual site

The exhibition proposal is part of the XXVI anniversary of Varadero Gallery.

Masks inside a being

Hiding the face is not always a sign of having done wrong.

Poetry embodied in the Katerine de la Paz`s exhibition

The exhibition consists of nine pieces of medium and small format.

Architecture, urban planning and plastic arts

An artist from the province of Salta, Argentina combines the three disciplines in her career.

Cuban abstractionism at the Marbella International Fair

Contemporary Cuban art occupies a space in the important visual arts contest in Europe.

Dutch contemporary art in the Patrick Koster´s vision

The artist offers us a discourse from different aesthetic conceptions.

A serigraphy, a work, a creator of your society

The visual technique is the way of understanding between a creator, his work and the public.

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