Cuban art exhibit in Merida promotes cultural interaction

Photo: Robert Adams Present at Cuban art exhibit opening at SoHo Galleries were U.S. Consul David Mico (sixth from left) and Cuban Consul Mario Jorge Garcia Cecelia (second from right).
Photo: Robert Adams (left to right), artist Jorge Jacas Vivanco, Cuban Consul Mario Jorge Garcia Cecelia, curator Ana Joa Zagas and SoHo owner Adele Aguirre.
Photo: Robert Adams
(left to right), artist Jorge Jacas Vivanco, Cuban Consul Mario Jorge Garcia Cecelia, curator Ana Joa Zagas and SoHo owner Adele Aguirre.

The exhibition’s guest artist is well-known Cuban ceramicist Jorge Jacas Vivanco, who has been honored nationally and internationally as one of the most outstanding contemporary ceramics artists.

These contemporary artists are exhibiting for the first time in Merida, acknowledged masters in each of their techniques, which allow us to delight in different representative samples of the Cuban landscape.

Valdez with a masterful command of color, Casanova with the unique fluent use of the spatula, Yero with a refined drawing and Guerra with astonishing harmony, meet in a single exposure as a means of expression and creativity capable of transmitting emotions of the soul for us privileged to enjoy.

Also currently on display at the gallery are works by U.S. and Mexican artists.

SoHo Galleries is located at Calle 60 #400ª X 41 & 43, Centro.

(999)9-28-57-10

info@sohogalleriesmx.com

www.sohogalleriesmx.com

By Robert Adams for TYT

Photo: SoHo Galleries Exhibition of Cuban artists opens Nov. 14.





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