Diango Hernández, cuban visual artist

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Apparently yours a lonelyfingers project presenting: LaBeouf, Rönkkö & Turner | Cildo Meireles | P.R. | R.H. | Raddatz | HR. | K.S. | H.Bloch | M.H.

Lonelyfingers is happy to announce the opening of a workspace dedicated to presentations, conversations and workshops. The function of lonelyfingers workspace is precisely that of bringing transparency into the artist’s creative space. In Under the glass bell Anaïs Nin wrote “We (…) belong to the Middle Ages. We have this need of heroism, and there is no place ...

“I never thought I’d see you again” Painting History Group exhibition at Marlborough Contemporary, London

I never thought I’d see you again. Where have you been until now? Well how are you? how have you been? It’s a long time since we last met. Roxy Music, “Chance Meeting” “ never thought I’d see you again” is not exactly about history painting. Neither obliged to any style, nor explicitly referential to particular precedents, the exhibition begins with the premise ...

The space between private and public property Benefiz Auktion. Saturday 6 December 2014, 7—9 PM. NAK, Aachen, Germany

Opens: Saturday 6 December 2014, 7—9 PM Runs: 7 December—21 December 2014 NAK Neuer Aachener Kunstverein Passstraße 29, 52070 Aachen Tel. +49 (0) 241-503255 Fax +49 (0) 241-536848 info@neueraachenerkunstverein.de www.neueraachenerkunstverein.de “The space between private and public property” Diango Hernández 2014 18 x 18 x 16 cm Two original Cuban ...

New Paintings Group exhibiton with Matthew Benedict, Robert Bordo, Diango Hernandez, Stefan Kuerten and Sylvia Plimack Mangold at Alexander and Bonin, NY

First shown in his recent solo exhibition, In hazard, translated, at Kunstverein Nürnberg, Diango Hernández’s new paintings, 'Fruits, I sell Fruits', present fresh fruits in precise arrangements on plywood panels. Comprised of mangos, lemons, watermelons, bananas, oranges and limes, Hernández examines the cultural and historical connotations of “tropical fruits” ...

Salon distingué – Household effects in good company Group exhibiton curated by Nadia Schneider Willen at Museum Langmatt, Baden

oused in a villa built by an industrialist in the early twentieth century, Museum Langmatt still reflects the needs, values and tastes of a certain social class – of people for whom surrounding themselves with exquisite, precious artefacts and works of art was very much part of their identity. The exhibition Salon distingué is an inquiry into Household Effects in ...