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Farmer artist exhibits at Havana Biennial

Farmer artist exhibits at Havana Biennial

Farmer artist exhibits at Havana Biennial

Havana, Nov 23 (Prensa Latina) The exhibition Mi Tierra, nuestro futuro (My Land, Our Future) is the critical vision of a Cuban visual artist, who is also a farmer, on men's livelihood based on this resource, its author, Rogelio Fundora, said on Tuesday.
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It is also a call to use that livelihood respectfully, the creator of that set of eight paintings exhibited at the Ibero-American Center of Decima and Improvised Verse (CIDVI), in this capital, on the occasion of the Havana Biennial, told Prensa Latina.

The painter, also known as the Guajiro who paints, said that plastic vision “is based on Future and Contemporaneity, in the face of the planet’s ecological crisis, the theme of this 14th edition of this international visual event.”

Fundora explained that the exhibition, open these days of Biennial in this institution in Havana, invites from pictorial aesthetics “to approach the furrow, nature, our home planet, in order to, together, create a better future.”

The Havana Biennial, according to its president, Norma Rodriguez, focuses on the theme Future and Contemporaneity as constructive criticism about our present “to find new paths towards a future that includes all of us.” Rogelio Fundora Ybarra (Mayabeque, 1972), considered a self-taught artist with academic influence, has had 70 personal and collective exhibitions that irradiate a rural chromatic atmosphere whose icons are the hoe, the hat and the sown fields.


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