Culture is down but unyielding.
Despite health restrictions, the lack of friendly openings, and all sorts of other constaints, Galerie Orbis Pictus sticks to its exhibition programme with optimism ad is happy to open an exhibition on the theme of freedom, the freedom of line.
Through the works of five Cuban artists of different generations, Agustín Cárdenas (1927 - 2001), Solano Cárdenas (1964 -), Jesse A. Fernández (1925 - 1986), Joaquín Ferrer (1929 -), Luis Israel González Sosa (1971 - ), we invite you to discover and enjoy calligraphic, aerial, curvy, infinite and suspended lines.
A subjective exercise performed with the complicity of writer Zoé Valdés, who wrote the catalogue foreword. The exhibition will gather a selection of works from a wide range of techniques: bronze, collage, drawing, ink, charcoal, gouache, engraving, washing, marble, painting, sculpture, the private rituals of a totally free and self-ruling creation.
These personal and converging points of view echo the gallery’s ambition to abolish the boundaries between modern and contemporary art since its creation.