Tag : Ruben Torres Llorca

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Gustavo Acosta, Carlos Estevez, Gory, Ruben Torres-Llorca in Made in Miami, at Pan American Art Projects, Miami

February 14-April 19, 2014

Pan American Art Projects
2450 NW 2nd Avenue
Miami, FL 33127

Pan American Art Projects is very pleased to announce our next exhibition, Made in Miami. Since the insertion of Art Basel Miami Beach in 2002 the city has become a hub for contemporary art, resulting in a huge influx of artists and galleries here in the past ten years. This interest in art has also extended to the creation of several new institutions such as the Frost Museum at the Florida International University, and more recently the Perez Art Museum Miami.

The artists in this exhibition are Gustavo Acosta, Edouard Duval-Carrié, Carlos Estévez and Carolina Sardi; they all call Miami home and have been based in the city through its evolution into a cultural hub. They all came to Miami from abroad (Carolina Sardi from Argentina, Gustavo Acosta and Carlos Estevez from Cuba and Edouard Duval Carrie from Haiti) and had already reached international acclaim before settling here which is a testament to the draw that Miami has with its rich cultural panorama.

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Phillips Announces Highlights From Its Latin America Sale


Featured Artists Include Allora & Calzadilla, Jose Bedia, Amelia Peláez, Consuelo Castañeda, Wilfredo Lam, Ruben Torres LLorca, amongst Others.

Auction: 23 May 2013, 4PM

Viewing: 18-23 May, 2013
Monday-Saturday, 10AM- 6PM &
Sunday, 12PM-6PM

Location:
Phillips
450 Park Avenue,
New York, NY, 10022

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Ruben Torres Llorca – Wynwood

Saturday April 13, 2013   7 – 10 PM

Wynwood Art Walk

HARDCORE ART CONTEMPORARY SPACE
72 NW 25th Street.
Miami FL 33127

On view Personal is Political

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Personal is Political

March 9, 7-10 PM

Hardcore Art Contemporary Space
72 NW 25th St
Miami, FL 33127

Featuring:

  • Consuelo Castañeda
  • Ruben Torres Llorca
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Cachita: The Infinite Lightness of Being

February 26th – March 26th

The Olga M. and Carlos Saladrigas Gallery, at the Ignatian Center for the Arts
500 S.W. 127th Avenue
Miami, FL 33184

Emblematic Cuban artists such as José Bedia, Consuelo Castañeda, Tomás Esson, Glexis Novoa, Carlos Rodríguez Cárdenas, Ciro Quintana, Leandro Soto, Tomás Sánchez y Rubén Torres-Llorca, among others, get together in this collective show that renders tribute to the Cuban Saint Patroness and celebrates the outstanding production of Cuban contemporary artists working outside the island.

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Ruben Torres LLorca – Juan Ruiz Gallery

Extended to February 20. 2013

Juan Ruiz Gallery
301 NW 28th Street
Miami, Florida 33127

On view at the recently inaugurated Juan Ruiz Gallery in Wynwood is Ruben Torres Llorca Solo exhibition entitled “One of Us Can Be Wrong and Other Essays,” a conceptual show with Torres Llorca’s most recent work that opened few days before Art Basel Week.

Link: Whats up Miami

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One of Us Can Be Wrong and Other Essays

November 29th – December 29th, 2012

 

Juan Ruiz Galeria
301 NW 28th Street
Miami, Florida 33127
 

A solo show that takes the continuity of “hypertextual” mediums and plays in the work by Ruben Torres Llorca to new frontiers.

This time of disenchantment is approached through the clever simulation of an aesthetics frozen at the highest point of the promises of modernism only as a ruse. The viewer’s gaze is introduced to a conceptual art that reflects the condition of a fissured world in which there is no refuge under any system.

Opening Reception November 29th – 6:00 – 9:00 PM

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One of Us Can Be Wrong and Other Essays

November 29 – December 29, 2012

Juan Ruiz Gallery
301 NW 28th Street
Maimi, FL 33127
 

Ruben Torres Llorca’s exhibit “One of Us Can Be Wrong and Other Essays” will be at the Juan Ruiz Gallery. Opening Reception on Thursday November 29th from 6:00 – 9:00 PM

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Ruben Torres Llorca

How long can you keep the wolf from the door? A powerful title for a powerful piece of art. Conceptual artist Rubén Torres Llorca is considered a living master. He works in many mediums and creates his installation art sets entirely by hand. His incredibly detailed paintings weave romantic film noir novels in constructed spaces that resound with quietness, impending drama and leave the audience riveted. He is akeen to the master of suspense himself, Alfred Hitchcock.

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Cuba Avant-Garde Contemporary Cuban Art from the Farber Collection

The Farber collection contains art from both inside and outside the island. The book is an review of contemporary cuban art over the last 20 years.

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Memoria – Cuban Art of the 20th Century

An encyclopaedic view of Cuban Art.

Published by California International Arts Foundation

By: Jose Veigas,
Cristina Vives,
Adolfo V. Nodal,
Valia Garzón
Dannys Montes de Oca

To order:   [ Amazon ]

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Ruben Torres Llorca at Praxis International

Solo Show 2009
Praxis international is proud to present “Los peores hombres cuentan las mejores historias”…The worst men tell the best stories.

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A 20-Year Cuban Art Collection

By Brett Sokol
January 2011

“We’re sitting in a renaissance!” Ricardo Pau-Llosa happily thundered to the crowd seated before him, gesturing to the artwork hanging inside downtown Miami’s Freedom Tower. “What more proof do you need?” It was hard to argue with Pau-Llosa’s evidence.

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Rubén Torres Llorca

Arte Al Dia International Online

Wednesday March 31, 2010

Praxis International Art            by Julia P. Herzberg
So Quiet in Here was a memorable installation by Rubén Torres Llorca at El Museo del Barrio in New York in 1998. It was a parodic recreation of a historical account dating from Belgium’s colonial era that involved the Geographic Society of Brussels and an African family that was living inside the zoo in Brussels for a period of time before they quietly disappeared.

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