Born in Cuba in 1970, Hernández moved to Europe in 2003 and currently lives and works between Havana and Düsseldorf

Editions

Three new lithographs printed by Edition Copenhagen Arpartamento, el Mar / El Mar / FELIX

“Arpartamento, el Mar” Original lithograph printed from 6 stones on 300 g. Velin d’Arches paper 69 x 100 cm 70 ex. + 10 PP + 10 AP + 1 Archive numbered and signed by the artist “El Mar” Original lithograph printed from 2 stones + handcoloring (blue) on 300 g. Velin d’Arches paper 69 x 100 cm 30 ex. + 3 PP + 3 AP + 1 Archive numbered and signed by the artist Price: 1100 € incl. VAT “FELIX” Original lithograph printed from 3 stones on 300 g. Velin d’Arches paper 69 x 100 cm 60 ex. + 6 PP + 6 AP + 1 Archive numbered and signed by the artist EDITION COPENHAGEN Strandgade 66 1401 Copenhagen K Denmark P: + 45 32 54 33 11 E: ...

“El Sol” a lithograph for K21 Düsseldorf Printed by Edition Copenhagen Dänemark

“El Sol” 2016 Original lithograph printed from 9 stones on 300 g. Velin d’Arches paper 68 x 68 cm 100 ex. + 10 PP + 10 AP + 1 Archive numbered and signed by the artist Price at K21: 580 € incl. VAT Printed by Edition Copenhagen, Dänemark “El Sol” 2016 Editionen Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen Original Lithographie 9 Farben / Steine Auflage: 100, 10 a.p.., 10 p.p. signiert und nummeriert Format: 68 × 68 cm Papier: 300 gr. Velin Arches Bütten Druck: Edition Copenhagen, Dänemark   more info here ...

Commemorating Hurricanes Salon 2014 / 2015 Jahresgaben-Ausstellung, Kunstverein Nürnberg, Germany

Diango Hernández (*1970, Sancti Spìritus, Kuba; lebt in Düsseldorf) hat im Kunstverein Nürnberg dieses Jahr die Einzelausstellung „In hazard, translated“ präsentiert. In dieser hat er skulpturale Assemblagen ausgelegt, die sich mit einer vielschichtigen Lesbarkeit von Geschichte beschäftigen. Ausgehend von dem historischen Ereignis eines Hurrikans, der 1932 die Südostküste Kubas zerstört hat, entwickelte er eigene bildliche Übersetzungen, um einen differenzierten Blick auf die gegenwärtige Situation in seinem Heimatland sowie in Europa zu ...

Diango Hernández Works edited by dh-artworks, 2010 - 014

Excerpt from ‘Swans without a lake’ by Melanie Bono he actual theme of the story, though, is a personal experience, an inner conflict: personal fear, and the inability to publicly acknowledge with logical consistency that the revolution has failed, become descriptive of the state of the collective, a pointer to an inability on the part of the whole society to overcome its own stasis, the weight of history. The notion of a successful revolution, cherished over many years, had largely blurred the recognition of a creeping transformation towards a totalitarian system. The realization of one’s own paralysis opens up further questions: to what extent is one rooted in one’s background, can one change without risking one’s identity, without detaching oneself from one’s own certainties? This ambivalence also marks specific aspects of the biography of Diango Hernández, who has always understood his voluntary exile as the opportunity to use communication to overcome his own country’s isolation… ...