Published On: Fri, Nov 6th, 2015

Exhibit of Cuban artists opens Nov. 14 at SoHo Galleries in Merida

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“LANDSCAPES OF THE SOUL,” an exhibition of Cuban artists, opens Saturday Nov. 14 at SoHo Galleries in Merida.

Art is an expression that is usually influenced by culture and  in turn helps to change culture. As such, the arts are a physical manifestation of the internal creative impulse.

SoHo Galleries presents “Landscapes of the Soul,” a collective exhibition of five Cuban artists.

The exhibit includes contemporary interpretations of landscapes by four leading artists of the Cuban East, each with their own distinct creative style: Julia Valdez Borrero (abstract), Carlos Alberto Casanova (Impressionist), Edgar Yero (drawing) and Roberto Guerra Hechavarria (primitive).

The exhibition also will have as a guest artist well-known Cuban ceramicist Jorge Jacas Vivanco, who has been honored nationally and internationally as one of the most outstanding contemporary ceramics artists. Jacas will be present at the opening to talk about his work.

These contemporary artists, will be 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.

Julia 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.

“Landscapes of the Soul” and the official inaugration of the new gallery space opens Soho Galleries on Saturday November 14, 2015 at 7 PM.

The gallery is located at Calle 60 #400ª X 41 & 43, Centro.

(999)9-28-57-10

info@sohogalleriesmx.com

www.sohogalleriesmx.com

Source: SoHo Galleries

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

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

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