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AB-OUT Cuban Serigraphy curated by Aldo Menéndez

2017 ART & RESEARCH HONORS PROGRAM

exhibition and book presentation by Aldo Menéndez

AB OUT SERIGRAFÍA ARTISTICA CUBANA

all you need to know about the 

Cuban Serigraphy ...

 

This event displays the final results of a two-year investigation of Aldo Menéndez (Cienfuegos, Cuba, 1948). Artist, journalist, art critic, curator, and promoter. Author of two previous books about the Taller de Serigrafía Artística Rene Portocarrero, published in Spain under the titles: “Ojo X Ojo” (2002) and “Colección Portocarrero / La tradición de un taller” (2003). With collaboration involving atelier from Cuba, Spain, France, Colombia, Mexico, USA, The Aldo Menéndez Archives and The Rodriguez Collection is Presented at Kendall Art Center as part of 2017 Art & Research Honors Program.

 

with the collaboration of the fowling atelier:

 

Taller Salvador Corratgé, La Habana, Cuba

Taller Eladio Rivadulla, La Habana, Cuba

Taller Julio Pérez Medina (UNEAC), La Habana, Cuba

Taller Wifredo Arcay, Paris, Francia

Taller Casa de las Américas, La Habana, Cuba

Taller Prográfica de Cali, Colombia

Taller Rene Portocarrero, La Habana, Cuba

Archivo Gráfico Rubén Rodríguez

Taller Serie Gráfica, Madrid, España

Taller Cuba 513, Madrid, España

Taller Factoría de Arte Bernal, España

Taller Fuera de Serie, Madrid, España

Taller Pepe Herrera, Madrid, España

Taller La Siempre Habana, Cuernavaca, México

Taller Villalobos, Vigo, España

Taller Miami Press, Miami, USA

Ediciones Ivan Hanuszkiewicz, Miami, USA

Taller Caury, Lima, Perú

Ediciones Kendall Art Center, Miami, USA

The exhibition brings together works from artists including:

Salvador Corratgé, Wifredo Arcay, Eladio Rivadulla Martínez, Servando Cabrera, Amelia Peláez, Rene Portocarrero, Wifredo Lam, Mariano Rodríguez, José Mijares, González Puig, Raúl Martínez, Rafael Soriano, Luis Miguel Valdés, Antonia Eiriz, Cundo Bermúdez, Aldo Menéndez, Manuel Mendive, Carlos Luna, Hugo Consuegra, Agustín Fernández, Guido Llinas, Carmen Herrera, Francisco Bernal, Nelson Villalobo, Víctor Gómez, José Bedia, Flavio Garciandia, Tomas Esson, Pedro Vizcaíno, Gilberto Frometa, Jesús de Armas, Nélida López, Pepe Herrera, Rubén Rodríguez, Jesse Ríos, Humberto Castro, Julio Girona, Zaida del Río, Nelson Domínguez, Eduardo Rubén, Carlos Cárdenas, Tomás Sánchez, José Franco, Gustavo  Acosta, Rafael Zarza, Magdalena Campos, Carlos García, Consuelo Castañeda, Ivonne Ferrer, Juan Moreira, Soza bravo, Jay Matamoros, Julio Le Parc, Aldito Menéndez, Edin Gutiérrez, Jesús Pascual, Luis Cabrera, Cruz Azaseta, Ismael Peralta, Eduardo Michelsen, Alfredo Rosgart, Alicia Leal, Florencio Gelabert, Marta María Pérez, Néstor Arenas, Ciro Quintana, Lissette Matalon, Pedro Pablo Oliva, Carlos Estebes, Rafael Canogar, Ana Albertina, Adriano Buergo, Moisés Finalé, Rene Azcuy, Kcho, Ever Fonseca, Arturo Montoto, Roberto Fabelo, Eduardo Roca, R-10, Manuel Fors, Rovaldo Rodrigues, Rubén Berlan, Agustín Cárdenas, Andrés Valerio, Fernando García, Lía Galletti, Gay García, Barut Salinas, Adigio Benítez, Carlos José García, Sandra Ramos, Nicolás Lara, Víctor Vasarely, Héctor Villaverde, Felipe Orlando, Fremez, Pedro Álvarez, Santiago Olazábal, Martínez Pedro, Estereo Segura, Rene Mederos, Feliz Beltrán, Glexis Novoa, Luis Gómez, Osvaldo Guayasamín, Naj Mahdaoui, Antonio Eligio Tonel, Jorge Camacho, Alicia Leal, Robert Rauschenberg, Guinobar, Capelan, Luis Camnitzer, Eduardo Naranjo, Martín Chirino, Herman Braum.

 

Kendall Art Center (KAC), is dedicated to promoting the work of contemporary artists, and to the exchange of art and ideas throughout the Miami region and internationally. Through an energetic calendar of exhibitions, programs, and its collections, KAC provides an international platform for the work of established and emerging artists, advancing the public appreciation and understanding of the art.

 

An opening reception will be held on Friday, Nov 10 from 6:00 – 11:00 PM

The exhibition will remain on view until Dec 10, 2017