Cuban visual artist living between Havana and Düsseldorf

Category: Groups

Made in Germany Group exhibition curated by Martin Engler at Kunstverein Hanover

iango Hernández’s oeuvre is both political and poetical. His materials are found and secondhand antennas, telegraph poles, plastic chairs, the Internet, the political situation in his home country Cuba, or sculptural, acoustic arrangements of record players and loudspeakers. His oeuvre is doubtlessly rooted in the Cuba of the nineteen-nineties after the demise of ...

Inside the mouth of the panther Group exhibition at "The Unhomely: Phantom Scenes in a Global Society" curated by Okwui Enwezor at 2nd Seville Biennial, Seville, Spain

nlike most of the Cuban artist who have risen to international prominence in the last decades, Diango Hernández is a graduate of Havana’s Superior Institute of Design (ISDI) and not of its Institute of Art (ISA). But it is precisely his training in design that proved to be crucial in infiltrating an art system predicated upon the production and dissemination of ...

Stop Motherfuckers Group exhibition at "Lichtkunst aus Kunstlicht" curated by Gregor Jansen at ZKM Museum für Neue Kunst, Karlsruhe

everal car’s tail lights switched on laying down over the floor in a museum room, they are just pieces of a bigger system but the system is absent, they look like a ruins of a night traffic jam, they can’t move but still they can work as they used to. The red tail-lights are the warning signs in our daily life, telling us that we have to stop otherwise we’ll ...

doku/fiction Mouse on Mars – reviewed & remixed Group exhibition curated by Peter Gorschlüter at Kunsthalle Düsseldorf

ie kaum eine andere Band ist Mouse on Mars bekannt für die genreübergreifende Faszination ihrer Produktionen, in denen Pop, Club, A-Musik und neumusikalische Konzepte scheinbar mühelos zusammenfließen. Die beiden Musiker Jan St.Werner und Andi Toma, die 1994 ihr gemeinsames Projekt Mouse on Mars tauften und ihre Musik in dem selbstgebauten Tonstudio in Düsseldorf ...