Ricardo Rodríguez Brey(Havana, 1955)

Some of the most important contemporary Cuban artists have been living abroad for a long time, with the result that their new works are not shown in Cuban galleries and museums. Such estrangement makes it difficult to follow the evolution of their work closely. It also prevents their work from exerting an influence on or inspiring new generations of Cuban artists and from being enjoyed by local audiences. One of the most critical cases, next to that of José Bedia, is Ricardo Rodríguez Brey

La sombra (The shadow)
Year: 1988
Technique: Drawing on paper
Size: 70 x 50.5 cm

Theme: religion nature
La sombra (The shadow)
Year: 1988
Technique: Drawing on paper
Size: 70 x 50.5 cm

Concept: religion nature

Some of the most important contemporary Cuban artists have been living abroad for a long time, with the result that their new works are not shown in Cuban galleries and museums. Such estrangement makes it difficult to follow the evolution of their work closely. It also prevents their work from exerting an influence on or inspiring new generations of Cuban artists and from being enjoyed by local audiences. One of the most critical cases, next to that of José Bedia, is Ricardo Rodríguez Brey

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