Aimée Joaristi

Aimee Joaristi (Havana, 1957) She is a multidisciplinary and eclectic artist who makes an instrumental and economic use of different media and formats, depending on her discourse, supporting the idea in question. Born in Cuba, she has spent her entire life outside her homeland, in a sort of perpetual exile, under several flags –precisely one of the symbolic elements she employs in her feminist project, which involves a public action of performative dimensions, Pubic Manifesto. She has regularly shown in Costa Rica, Cuba, Mexico, Guatemala, Spain, Ecuador, Germany, Chile, Cuba, Los Angeles, Venice, Latvia and the USA. Her body of work has been featured and upheld by many publications, including Important World Artists (2017), A World of Art, ArtNexus, AAL Arte al Límite, Hypermediamagazine, Culturamas, Volume II (www.wwab.us), The First Berliner Art Book (2017), (Gabriela Caranfil Curator, Berliner Kunst Management), El Libro Entre Siglos (The Book Between Centuries), Arte Contemporáneo de Centroamérica y Panamá, Publicación Rozas-Botrán, (Guatemala, September 2016), The Best of 2016, INTERNATIONAL EMERGING ARTIST AWARD, Dubai, 2016; and Silencios y gritos (Silences and Shouts) (2015) Editorial M/M, Mexico; 2015. She is one of the most important artists featured in Fibras, mujeres artistas latinoamericanas (Latin American Women Artists), published by the magazine AAL Arte al Límite. Her work may be found in numerous private collections in the US, Mexico, Spain and Costa Rica.

Aimee Joaristi, Pubic Gringo Flag, 2019, mixed media on vinyl, 25in. x 39
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