Tag : Clara Morera

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Citizens of the World: Cuba in Queens

November 9, 2013- March 9, 2014

Queens Museum of Art 
Flushing Meadows Corona Park
New York Ave
Queens, NY 11368
 
Citizens of the World: Cuba in Queens” explores how Cuban visual artists, living both on island and in diaspora, grapple with the profound complexities between identity and place. Simultaneously a collective sentiment and a uniquely individual notion, lo cubano extends beyond geographic and existential boundaries. Exploring personal motivations and experiences, this exhibition presents varied expressions of spirituality, humor, isolation, and discovery surrounding the immigrant experience and the intangible connections between where one lives and one’s sense of self.
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The young and the Restless: Contemporary Art

Opening July 5, 2013

 

Cernuda Arte
3155 Ponce de Leon Blvd
Coral Gables, FL

Exhibiting:

José Bedia,  Humberto Castro,  Demi,,   Julio LarrazManuel MendiveClara MoreraGina PellónArturo RodríguezTomás Sánchez, and others.

 

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Chevere – Clara Morera, Cepp Selgas, Jorge Valdés, Bernardo Navarro

May 16, – July 15, 2013

Opening May 16, 2013 6 – 8 PM

Multicultural Arts Center
41- 2 St.
Cambridge, MA

Heavily influenced by their Cuban heritage and upbringing, four New York-based Cuban artists explore African icons and religious syncretization through painting on canvas and paper, assemblages of found objects, mosaics and mixed media artworks

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Donald Rubin collection and Clara Morera

Financial Times May 3, 2013

Donald Rubin, founder with his wife Shelley of New York’s Rubin Museum of Art, which focuses on the art of the Himalayas and which he has stocked with 3,800 works, has been amassing since 2009 what may be the world’s biggest private collection of contemporary Cuban art. According to his curator Rachel Perera Weingeist, at the last count there were 543 works by some 60 Cuban-born artists.

There are few sculptural works in the collection, because Rubin prefers two-dimensional pieces that can be readily hung in rooms, but Clara Morera is another favourite (he owns 13 works)whose mixed-media-on-wood assemblages feature in the current show. Found-art imagery of the US dollar combined with Cuban pesos and Cuban Convertible Pesos jokily sugest that the two economies may in fact be one.

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Clara Morera – Paris

May 11 – 31, 2012

Opening May 11, 6:30 PM

ARS Atelier
84 Rue Quincampoix
75003 Paris

Clara exhibits with Cepp Selgas, Michel Blasquez, Zoe Valdez

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Clara Morera – Don’t Mess with the Saints

March 26 to April 27, 2012

Opening Reception: Saturday March 31, 2012  from 3- 5 PM

Ben Shahn Hall Court Gallery
William Paterson University
300 Pompton Rd
Wayne, NJ 07470

This exhibition explores the role of spirituality in contemporary Latino, Latin American, and Caribbean art. Working in mixed media, photography, installation, and performance, the artists in this exhibition reinterpret religious symbols from varied sources such as pre-Columbian cultures, Catholicism, and Santeria.

Exhibiting artists:

Juan Betancurth, Jose Camacho, Rodriguez Calero, Ana Mendieta, Clara Morera, Pepon Osorio, Ernesto Pujol.

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Clara Morera Video

Fish-o-fish

Clara Morera is a Cuban -American artist that lives and works in New York City.
Her extremely poetic artworks evolved from her rich Cuban roots and her views of a New York full of popular art. This painting named ” Fish-O-Fish” comes from her mixed environment and is part of the series ” Walls”, where she is inspired from the Latino Quarter in the East Village.

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Clara Morera, Reinaldo Arenas, and The Color of Summer at Imago Art Gallery, Miami

June 23 – July 27, 2011

Opening reception: Thursday, June 23, 2011.  7:00 to 10:00 pm.

Panel discussion titled “Reinaldo Arenas, Reality and Fiction” led by Alejandro Ríos

Thursday June 23th at 7pm

Imago Art Gallery

1615 SW 8th St.
Miami, Fl 33135

Devoted to its mission, Imago Art Gallery promotes contemporary art by means of fomenting systematic gatherings and strategic spaces that invite the audiences to reflect deeply about the artistic object. On this occasion, Imago announces its new exhibition “Clara Morera, Reinaldo Arenas and The Color of Summer” (Homage), a tribute to the Cuban writer Reinaldo Arenas. Considered by many as one of the most eloquent and daring literary figures of his generation, Arenas was not only a novelist, poet, essayist, and a playwright, but also a sensitive and spiritual individual beset by the forces of political and sexual repression throughout much of his life.

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Group show – Imago Art Gallery

Miami, FL

February 25 to March 23, 2011

Group Show featuring the artworks by:

Clara Morera / Josevelio Rodríguez/ Ariel Tejera/ Lourdes Porrata / Fernando García/ Robert Brown / Gabriel Tejera.

Imago Art Gallery
1615 SW 8th Street
Miami, FL 33135
305 642 1133


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