Open until September 12, A trick to evade time is a valuable opportunity to rethink passed years, but classic of the best art developed in Cuba in all its periods
A trick to evade time is the title of a seductive pictorial exhibition recently opened in the Cuban Art Building of the National Fine Arts Museum.
The exhibition, which is a tribute to the Centenary of the Association of Cuban Painters and Sculptors, it’s an exceptional opportunity to appreciate the legacy of great exponents of national painting.
Dedicated to extoll the significance gained by this Association as launch pad of the new Cuban art, the exhibition makes evident the contributions of it to model and modernize the field of culture concerning visual arts.
Cured by Delia María López Campistrous, the outstanding specialist highlights in words to the catalog of the event the role played by Halls like spaces for economic success of attending creators, thereby cheering up the field of art distribution during the late 19th century and the early 20th century.
At the same time, she lingers on the role of San Alejandro Academy in the development of artistic tradition and the assessment of the genres with greatest impact during that period of rich and varied artistic production.
The exhibition brings together essential works and indispensable artists of Cuban arts.
Different aesthetics, singular stories, fruitful travel experience, differences between maestros and happy reconciliations, but, above all, aesthetic excellence and deep-rooted traditions are different notes in this exhibition of top quality.
Open until September 12, A trick to evade time is a valuable opportunity to rethink passed years, but classic of the best art developed in Cuba in all its periods.