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  • Roberto Diago:Untitled (Face with Seam 2), mixed media on canvas, 2015
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    723,960
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  • Jose Garcia Montebravo, Infanta con Peces, SOLD
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    826,960
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  • Luis Alberto Copperi, Me Quedo, Mixed Media on paper

    This beautiful and ironic work by Luis Alberto Copperi makes reference to the Cuban way of moving by exchanging homes through an informal bartering system in a society where no one owns real estate. The man in the image considers the meager offerings and decides to stay put.

     

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    419,562
    Price On Request
  • Joel Jover, La Mano Poderosa, Mixed media and wood, 1999
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    570,960
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  • Joel Jover, Arbol de la Vida, mixed media on canvas
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    786,960
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  • Roberto Diago, "La Habana", mixed media on canvas, wood
    This painting on canvas and wood by Juan Roberto Diago ("Diago") makes reference to his Afro-Cuban roots and the fact that even in Cuba, blacks have less power, and less of a voice, than the mostly white power structure. Thus many of his "black" faces have no mouth. For more of Diago's works, please visit our other website cubanartcollection.com
    771,960
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  • Kadir Lopez: “Y Tome...Materva”, mixed media on metal, 2016, 12x15.7
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    1382,960
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  • Kadir Lopez, ("Palimpsesto"), mixed media on aluminum, 14x11, 2011
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    640,428
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  • Salvador Gonzalez, Oshossi, metal and paint
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    448,544
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  • Joel Jover, La Mano, mixed media
    This mixed media piece by Joel Jover Llenderosas depicts the all-powerful hand (La Mano Poderosa) of Catholic iconography, a theme has has explored in his paintings as well. The material includes books, gesso, tin from discarded beer cans, paint, and a plaster saint. For more Jover's works, please visit our other website cubanartcollection.com
    722,960
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  • Roberto Diago, Untitled (Dios Cuida tu Casa), Mixed Media on Wood
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    1280,856
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  • Jose Montebravo, Monte Soy, watercolor and pen on paper
    This exceptional watercolor on paper by Jose Garcia Montebravo puns on his nickname, Monte. "Monte Soy" means "I am Monte" , also "I am a mountain". The image is a self-portrait of the artist with a moutain as a backdrop. For more Montebravo's works, please visit our other website cubanartcollection.com
    1324,960
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  • Kadir Lopez, Wells Fargo and Co. - "Club Tropicana Roulette", 2015
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    1025,960
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  • Jose Montebravo, El Insecto, watercolor and pen on paper
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    1300,960
    Price On Request
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Artists:

Roberto Diago

Juan Roberto Diago Durruthy ("Diago"), one of Cuba’s most prominent and internationally known contemporary artists, was born in Havana in 1971 where he still lives today. His works combine painting, collage and mixed media techniques, his themes frequently touch both on his identity as a contemporary Cuban, and as a man of African ancestry. More on this artist here: http://havana-cultura.com/en/visual-arts/juan-roberto-diago and here: http://www.bam.org/visualart/2014/juan-roberto-diago. More on cubanartcollection.com

 

Kadir Lopez

Kadir Lopez Nieves was born in 1972 in Las Tunas, Cuba. He graduated from Havana’s prestigious art academy Instituto Superior de Arte in 1995 and lives and works in Havana. He has exhibited his work consistently since 1990 in over 85 solo and group shows in North and South America, Europe, China, and the Caribbean. He has participated in several of the art world's prominent international art fairs including the Havana Bienale, the Toronto International Art Fair (TIAF), ArtMadrid, Miami International Art Fair, Art Palm Beach and many others. He is the recipient of numerous art prizes. Lopez’ work can be found in several major museum and private collections all over the world. More on cubanartcollection.com

 

Joel Jover

Joel Jover Llenderosas is a member of the Unión Nacional de Escritores y Artistas de Cuba (UNEAC), has been awarded numerous national prizes, most recently the Alejo Carpentier Prize. While his works address a range of themes, a predominant one reflects aspects religiosity and spirituality as they exist throughout Cuban culture, blending Catholic with Afro-Cuban cults and imagery. Today he lives and works in Camaguey City, Cuba. More on cubanartcollection.com

 

Salvador Gonzalez

Salvador Gonzalez Escalona is an Afro-Cuban sculptor, painter and muralist based in Havana.  He is the creator of Havana's world-famous Callejon de Hamel. Read more here:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salvador_Gonz%C3%A1les_Escalona 

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José Garcia Montebravo 

José Montebravo,  a self-taught artist, lived in the town of Cienfuegos, where he was a leading member of the art community. Montebravo painted strong portrayals of religious figures, particularly the orishas, or Santería deities. He exhibitedindividually and collectively, in Europe and the United States as well as in Cuba.

Read more about José Montebravo at: http://www.folkart.org/mag/jose-montebravo  More on cubanartcollection.com

 

Luis Alberto Pérez Copperi

Luis Alberto Pérez Copperi was born in Cienfuegos, Cuba, in 1973, where he lives and works today as an independent artist. He has degrees in fine arts (from the Escuela Elemental de Artes Plásticas Rolando Escardó) and architecture (Universidad de Villa Clara). In recent years he has had a number of solo and group shows in Cuba. More on cubanartcollection.com

 

Rigoberto Mena

Born in Havana in 1961, Rigoberto Mena Santana graduated from the city’s Polytechnic Institute of Industrial Design in 1987 and studied at the San Alejandro Academy of Visual Arts until 1989. He is a member of the Unión Nacional de Escritores y Artistas de Cuba (UNEAC). Mena’s mostly abstract painting and mixed media techniques explore the colors, textures and sensations of his native city. Since the early 1990’s, Mena’s body of work has been featured in solo and group shows in Cuba and various parts of Europe, the United States, Canada and the Caribbean. Today his works are included in private art collections world-wide. More on cubanartcollection.com

 

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