Bernardo Sarría Almoguea Cuban, b. 1950
Bernardo Sarría AlmogueaDiloggún, 2008Oil on canvas with cowries shells130 x 140 cm
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Bernardo Sarría AlmogueaLa caída de los ídolos (The fall of the idols) , 2009Oil on canvas–diptych56 x 73 cm (top); 60 x 73 cm (bottom); 116 x 73 cm. (diptych)
22 1/8 x 28 3/8 in (top); 23 5/8 x 28 3/8 in (bottom); 45 3/5 x 28 3/8 in (diptych)
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Bernardo Sarría AlmogueaMi mundo (My world), 2009Oil on canvas40.3 x 50.2 cm
15 7/8 x 19 3/4 inView more details
Bernardo Sarría AlmogueaBailar con el corazón (Dancing with the hear), 2013, 2013Oil and acrylic on canvas84 x 67.5 cm
33 1/8 x 26 5/8 inView more details
Born in Cienfuegos, 1950, the life of the artist Bernardo Sarría has not been easy. Quite the opposite. To be black and poor (and there is no milder way of saying it) have not been good ingredients to provide for his well-being up to now. In fact, this is a fatal equation, avoided in Cuba, whenever anyone tries to explain objectively and without euphemisms the current unfavourable economic situation of many Cuban men and women from this sector of our society.
Without Masks at Museo Nacional de Bellas ArtesCurated by Orlando Hernández 28 Jul - 22 Oct 2017Following successful exhibitions at the Johannesburg Art Gallery in 2010 and the UBC Museum of Anthropology, Vancouver, in 2014, the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes and the Watch Hill Foundation...
Without Masks at Johannesburg Art GalleryCurated by Orlando Hernández 23 May 2010Johannesburg Art Gallery (JAG) The first exhibition of 'Without Masks: Contemporary Afrocuban Art' was at the prestigious Johannesburg Art Gallery (JAG) in 2010. It coincided with South Africa's hosting of...
Opening of the exhibition "Without Masks: Contemporary Afro-Cuban Art" at Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes in Havana, CubaIn Context February 5, 2021Opening of the exhibition 'Without Masks: Contemporary Afro-Cuban Art' at Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes in Havana, Cuba. Directed by: Eliot Fritel Interviews with: Chris von Christierson and Orlando Hernández