Nine large-format paintings show portraits of the eyes of our undefeated Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz, and within these, relevant facts of the history of Cuba are chronologically reflected
By: Yanirys Vicente Legrá
Since Friday, March 24, the exhibition “Semblanza” by the plastic artist Reinier Saavedra Sotolongo, is open to the public on the third floor of the Museum of the Revolution.
Graduated from the Raúl Martínez Municipal Academy of Plastic Arts of Morón, in Ciego de Ávila, Saavedra Sotolongo shows in nine large-scale pictures, portraits of the eyes of our undefeated Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz, and within these, they chronologically reflect relevant facts of Cuban history in which Fidel was present.
“Semblanza” was exhibited at the José Martí Memorial in Havana just to commemorate the first anniversary of Fidel’s physical disappearance, in November of last year 2017.
According to Radio Metropolitana, Reinier Saavedra Sotolongo, aroused deep emotions among those who visited his exhibition in that symbolic place and hopes that the essence of his creation will also reach the public in the Museum of the Revolution, inspired by his admiration for our historic leader.
Now “Semblanza”, plastic exhibition that enhances the figure of our undefeated Commander and proposes a meeting with history from the art, can be visited at the Museum of the Revolution every day from 10:00 to 17:00 local time, during the rest of this month and all April.
Translated by ESTI