From Camagüey’s plastic arts is celebrated the cityPublicado: febrero 10, 2020
Text and photos Lázaro David Najarro Pujol
Camagüey, Cuba, Feb. 10 – Around 30 pieces in the manifestations of painting, sculpture, photography and drawing of 21 Camagüey’s plastic artists make up the exhibition Tengo, which until February will be exhibited at the Julián Morales Gallery, of the subsidiary of the Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba (UNEAC), in Camagüey.
Art curators Pavel Alejandro Barrios, Juan Carlos Mejías Ruiz and Jorge Santos Caballeros participated in the curatorship to pay tribute to the town of Santa María del Puerto del Príncipe, which on February 2 of the current year celebrated the 506th anniversary of its foundation
The creators who responded to the call of the UNEAC showed in their works a speech, techniques, language, iconography and personal codes to entertain the birthday of the “Andariega village”, which was erected in Punta de Guincho, Nuevitas; he settled later in Caonao and finally in Camagüey. (Leer más de esta entrada)