Diango Hernández, cuban visual artist

Category: Groups

Interrogating Marcel Group exhibition "Fronteras en mutación, en tránsito" of Bridges & Borders (fase III) at CCEBA, Centro Cultural de España en Buenos Aires

ometimes I think about Marcel and I remember him telling me: ‘The visitor is an invisible being, a volatile element and therefore the visitor is by principle uncontrollable’ With vehemence Marcel would continue: ‘If you would know my plan, maybe you would understand that a single space can only be occupied by a single idea’. Yet to all my efforts towards defining ...

The New Décor Group exhibition curated by Ralph Rugoff at Hayward Gallery

fter studying Industrial Design in Havana in the early 1990s, Diango Hernández became one of the founders of Ordo Amoris Cabinet, a Cuban artists’ and designers’ collective. This group’s particular focus was the ‘provisional aesthetic’ of making do and getting by adopted by ordinary people during Cuba’s ‘Special Period’, the years acute economic crisis caused by ...

Stanza per un bambino di sinistra Group exhibition "Neues Rheinland" curated by Stefanie Kreuzer at Museum Morsbroich

“Marginal zones of revolutionary everyday life” by Ursula Frohne iango Hernández’s works illuminate the art-life of the revolutionary spirit of a movement that was political and artistic in equal measure. His subtle Moses-en-scène not only conjure up the economy of scarcity in Cuba – many observers harbor exoticizing ideas about the Caribbean version ...

Homage to stop Group exhibition curated by Ulrike Gross "Larger than life stranger than fiction" at 11th Triennale, Fellbach, Germany

ie Umkehrung von Größenverhältnissen, die Miniaturisierung und das kleine Format sind in der bildenden Kunst und Literatur seit jeher Mittel der Verfremdung, um menschliche Werte und das sich wandelnde gesellschaftliche Selbstverständnis zum Ausdruck zu bringen. Bereits in den Wunderkammern der Renaissance trifft man auf Fantasiewesen, Memento Mori-Darstellungen, ...

Revolution and Frustrated modernism by a social revolution Group exhibition "Revolutionen des Alltäglichen" curated by Stefanie Kreuzer at Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen

The exhibition Ordinary Revolutions brings together eight contemporary Latin American artists and showcases their respective conceptual approaches. Using a variety of different media such as sculpture, installation, video, collage and drawing, the artists play with the origins of their source material and its individual poetic qualities, as well as with the sheer ...

Happy Birthday dear President Group exhibition "Whose (His)Story" curated by Yilmaz Dziewior at Kunstverein Hamburg

he international group exhibition Wessen Geschichte / Whose (His)Story brings together works by young artists who explore the pasts of their respective home countries in a range of ways. Among questions addressed by the exhibited works are the following: How are the different aspects of (auto)biographical and of national significance related? How does public ...