Contemporary creators come together in the same exhibition space.
Various visual languages, the confluence of feelings and the need to express what one feels, what one wants and what one perceives. A multiciplicity of worldviews that combine in a family relationship between creators, public and works; some of the arguments of “Points of view” result.
Collective exhibition that opens its doors in the Art Gallery of the Office of the Conservator of the city of Matanzas and that brings together an entire artistic community (Artecru) that strengthens links not only from the visual arts through each work exhibited but also between its authors
“Points of view” covers a whole path that goes from installation, sculpture to academic painting, the material in symbiosis with the canvas, oil and palette knife; juxtaposition of conceptual elements perhaps ordinary for some and sacralized for others, abstraction in harmony with figuration; and thus a consecutive series of closely connected pictorial scenes.
The pictorial dramaturgy proposed on this occasion “may be a cause for incitement and debate for some, but it is a catalyst for diverse concerns and visions,” according to art historian Carlos R. Escala Fernández.
The exhibition has an eclectic musicology; reflected in each piece that tells a story that began from the dream of each creator.
The meetings points come together merge under one look and in a single space. The audience attending the show will be the one with the last word.