Camagüey, a heritage city built with mud (+ Photos)

By Lázaro David Najarro Pujol 

Camagüey, Cuba, Oct 26.- From the base to the roof, the architecture of Camagüey is built with clay. It is something that captures and embraces us, affirmed the ceramist, draftsman and painter Nazario Salazar Martínez, at the opening of his exhibition Periplo along the line, a retrospective of the most representative of his work as a plastic artist.

The collection is made up of a score of pieces, both ceramic and paintings, which represent a synthesis of his six decades of artistic life, which viewers can view at the Ignacio Agramonte Provincial Museum, which houses the second collection of pictorial works in Cuba. Leer el resto de esta entrada »