Famous Canadian photographer is exhibiting in Cuba
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- 12 / 18 / 2008
Her work is present at numerous important collections such as the Canadian Contemporary Photography Museum, Metropolitan Art Museum in the USA, the Australian National Gallery and the Domus Artium (DA2), Spain.
She is a Canadian citizen since 1979 and has also a wide pedagogical experience in her country and in Europe.
Cohen who is dedicated nowadays to the Cuban capital, its architectonic environment and public squares, will offer a conference at the Higher Arts Institute.
The speech of the creator is about inner spaces (classrooms, labs, art halls, offices) without any kind of artificial light. The stages become a no ones land a – no place -, without any owners of settlers.
The Spanish critic Alvaro de Angeles said, - the spaces suffer a crisis for the non human presence and the election of transit places, which, nevertheless, loose their mobile quality by becoming objects, images with the aspects of tri dimensional works-.
The exhibition of Lynne Cohen will be at the Fototeca de Cuba in the Old Square of this capital, until the 4 of January 2009.