"Luis Cruz Azaceta" by A. Anreus is a finalist for Best Arts Book in the 2015 International Book Awards

April 24 2015

Cuban American artist Luis Cruz Azaceta addresses what author Alejandro Anreus calls the “wounds and screams” of the human condition. Although Cruz Azaceta’s work is widely shown and widely collected, this is the first book-length monograph on the artist’s life and work.

Raúl Recio in 5 Latin American Artists You Need To Know by Art Net

June 3rd, 2015

Dominican artist Raul Recio is a writer-turned-visual-artist. Inspired by the travels of the famous botanist Erik Ekman, Recio relocated to the island of La Hispaniola, built a house, and began painting in an attempt to unearth nature’s mysteries.

Raúl Recio: "Paisaje Invisible", published by Guggenheim Global Art Initiative

May 26th, 2015

Dominican-born writer, composer, and performance artist Rita Indiana explores the work of Dominican artist Raúl Recio, who moves between performance art, video, and more traditional forms such as drawing and sculpture. Recio talks about his decision to follow in the footsteps of botanist Erik Ekman by traveling to the island of La Hispaniola, where he designed and built a rural house and produced a series of paintings that challenge our notions of the figurative and the abstract, science and art. The video is also viewable as a Perspectives blogpost, and is accompanied by a text. English subtitles are visible via the CC button.

 

José Bedia: El Arte Es Una Obsesión por Glenda Galán

March 26th 2015

Cubano de nacimiento, dominicano, mexicano y de muchas otras partes del mundo de corazón, este talentoso hombre se mezcla entre la gente para aprender de ella, experiencia que se transforma en alimento que se nutre su trabajo artístico.

Diario Libre: Hulda Guzmán: con izquierda o derecha. Artículo por Alfonso Quiñones

February 18th, 2015

Sin dudas Hulda Guzmán transgrede y se empina con su originalidad y su voz propia más allá de lo controversial, en búsquedas que hablan de una etapa de creación de indiscutible importancia.

Entrevista a José García Cordero por Glenda Galán

Enero 2015

“Creo en el discurso de la cultura, en la clarividencia de las cosas que se dicen y sobre todo lo que produce el bien” – José García Cordero

Diario Libre: Klaus Biesenbach, el curador jefe del MoMA visitó el país

30 de diciembre de 2014

Es una especie de semidios de la cultura contemporánea, dice Lyle O. Reitzel

Lyle O. Reitzel Gallery at 'Context Art Miami' during 'Art Basel Miami Beach 2014'

December 2nd -7th, 2014

Ft. José Bedia, Gerard Ellis, José García Cordero, Hulda Guzmán, Edouard Duval Carrié, Katja Loher.  @ Booth E32.