Tag : Agustín Cárdenas

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Art Wynwood: International Contemporary Art Fair

February 14-18, 2013

The Art Wynwood Pavilion
Midtown/Wynwood Arts District
3101 NE 1st Avenue
Miami, FL 33137
 

View riveting presentation with works by the following artists:

Wifredo Lam, Víctor Manuel, Amelia Peláez, Carlos Enríquez, Carreño, Portocarrero, Mijares, Agustín Cárdenas, Gina Pellón, Sosabravo, Flora Fong, Tomás Sánchez, Mendive, Fabelo, Pablo Atchugarry, Vicente Hernández, Florido, David Rodríguez, Ramón Vázquez, Giosvany Echevarría, Irina Elén, Joel Besmar, Dayron González, Reynier Ferrer, Lilian García-Roig and others.

GENERAL SHOW HOURS:

Friday February 15, 12:00 PM-9:00 PM

Saturday February 16, 12:00 PM-8:00 PM

Sunday February 17, 12:00 PM-7:00 PM

Monday February 18, 12:00 PM-6:00 PM

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Caribbean – Crossroads of the World

June 12, 2012 to January 13, 2013

El Museo del Barrio
Queens Museum of Art
The Studio Museum in Harlem

In an unprecedented collaboration organized by the these 3 museums, CARIBEEAN: Crossroad of the World an ambitious and trailblazing exhibition, will highlight over two hundred years of rarely seen works.

Works by Jose Bedia,  Agustin Cardenas, Ana Mendieta, Glexis Novoa, Amelia Pelaez, Wilfredo Lam , Lopez Dirube, the spanish born cuban painter Landaluze, and the very American painter born in Cuba Felix Gonzalez-Torres.

“For the first time ever, this project will examine the impact of Africa, South Asia and Europe on the visual culture of the Caribbean, including painters that were part of the Impressionists and Surrealists in France,” notes Caribbean: Crossroads director Elvis Fuentes. With this show, he says, “the public will realize how intertwined the Caribbean and American experiences truly are.”

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Carmen Herrera, record at Sotheby’s Spring Latin American Sales

Mutual Art

NEW YORK, 26 May 2011 – “We are delighted with our total of $26.9 million – the second highest ever for Latin American Art at Sotheby’s” said Carmen Melián, Head of Latin American Art at Sotheby’s. “Throughout the evening sale we saw results that were consistent with the estimates we set with strong prices achieved for Rufino Tamayo, Fernando Botero, Wifredo Lam, Joaquín Torres-García and many others. Whist we were disappointed that the Frida Kahlo Self Portrait did not find a buyer last night, I am pleased to have sold it privately today. There was great excitement throughout the day sale where it was wonderful to see a series of strong prices for the women who did so much to advance abstraction in Latin American painting. These were led by Carmen Herrera whose 1965 painting West was one of 19 records that were set in the sale.”

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