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In the Fine Arts National Museum Spanish Painters to Exhibit in Havana, Cuba.
A sample of pieces by Luis Gordillo (image) and Manolo Quejido, contemporary Spanish plastic artists united by aesthetics and conceptual coincidences, was inaugurated at the Fine Arts National Museum.

Made up by more than fifteen pieces created from the 1960s to the date, it offers a complete vision of the proposals of both authors by going through the different mediums used and the worries of each period.

Both creators, who are exhibiting together for the first time, found the ideal mean to express their intellectual worries through painting, highlighted José Lebrero Stals, curator and director of the Contemporary Art Andalusia Center.

Sin consumar (Without consummating) by Quejido and La seguridad social o sinfonía bisagra (Social security or hinge symphony) by Gordillo, are big pieces that reflect the compromise and the criteria of their authors towards the world.

The rupture of forms and repetition present in pieces such as Pensamiento en porciones (Thinking in portions) and Sin salida (No way out), are a constancy of their aesthetics deeply related to the whirl and mercantile system of the world.

The exhibition will be available to the public until March 16th


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