Gertrudis Rivalta Cuban, b. 1971
Gertrudis Olivia Rivalta (B.1971) is a Cuban-born multi-disciplinary artist working between Havana, Cuba and Alicante, Spain. Her work is founded on critical theories of race, identity, femininity, and power relations. Traditionally, Rivalta has worked primarily as a ‘plastic’ artist, using the material in surprising and innovative ways.
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 are pleased to announce that 149 Afro-Cuban art works by 38 Cuban artists of the von Christierson Collection, were exhibited...