Diango Hernández

Diango Hernández at Van Horn, Düsseldorf By Moritz Scheper. Frieze Magazine Review - 11 Jan 2018 -

During these harsh winter days, nothing is more distant from Düsseldorf than sun, sand and sea. Visitors should consider this before entering Diango Hernández’s exhibition, ‘Amor Amor’, since, like the majority of the artist’s repertoire, it deals primarily with a longing for his Cuban homeland. Fittingly, the show’s inventory consists of tropical emblems: fruits, sunsets and, most prominently, ...

In Addition an exhibition of artist editions at Mostyn, Wales, UK curated by Adam Carr. From March 2018 Nina Beier, Sol Calero, Diango Hernández, Gabriele de Santis, Alek O., Jonathan Monk, and Marinella Senatore

Each participating artist has produced work using paper and has been asked to reconsider the traditional model of producing an edition, where each version of a work is identical. Although appearing formally similar, each In Addition piece will offer deviations and nuances that set apart each edition as a unique work, thereby playing with ideas of the original, the copy and work made in ...

Lilia & Tulipan at Kunsthalle Lingen curated by Meike Behm 9. Juni – 19. August 2018, Eröffnung: Freitag, 8. Juni 2018, 19.00 Uhr Sunah Choi, Diango Hernández, Victor Man, Rupprecht Matthies, Tobias Rehberger, Willem de Rooij, Julia Schmid, Roman Schramm

Die Gruppenausstellung mit dem Titel „Lilia & Tulipan“ präsentiert Malerei, Installationen, Objekte, Fotografie und Videoarbeiten der national wie international bekannten Künstlerinnen und Künstler Sunah Choi, Diango Hernández, Victor Man, Rupprecht Matthies, Tobias Rehberger, Willem de Rooij, Julia Schmid und Roman Schramm, die auf unterschiedliche Art und Weise über das Motiv von Blumen und Pflanzen auf aktuelle Aspekte unserer Zeit ...

Kunst x Kuba, Zeitgenössische Positionen seit 1989 (curated by Andreas Beitin and Antonio Eligio (Tonel)) Ludwig Forum, Aachen, Germany 08.09.17–18.02.18 Ludwig Forum Jülicher Straße 97-109, 52070 Aachen

The exhibition Art x Cuba. Contemporary Perspectives since 1989 – made possible thanks to the generous support of the Peter and Irene Ludwig Foundation and the German Federal Cultural Foundation – has its origin in a large collection of Cuban art in the Ludwig Collection. These works were exhibited at the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf in 1990 in the exhibition Kuba o.k.–Aktuelle Kunst aus Kuba [Cuba o.k. – Contemporary art from Cuba]. Most of the works presented there were purchased by Peter and Irene Ludwig and have since been in the Ludwig Forum für Internationale Kunst. Together with later acquisitions, they form one of the largest and first collections of contemporary Cuban art in ...