Cuban visual artist living between Havana and Düsseldorf

Category: Texts

Diango Hernández: The New Man by Ajay Hothi for Port Magazine, London 2013

jay Hothi meets with the Cuban artist on the opening of his first UK solo exhibition in London exploring the effects of a Communist upbringing and forced ‘collective identity’. Marlborough Contemporary on Albemarle Street, just south of Mayfair, feels like the quintessential West End private gallery. Its engineered wooden floors and snow coloured walls seem to ...

Diango Hernández at Nicolas Krupp by Quinn Latimer for Artforum, March 2012

But water, in all its forms―liquid flood, steamlike evaporation, crystal-like ice―was the point of Hernández’s show. See the suit of nine framed works on paper, Crsitales, 1936 (all works 2011), which opened the exhibition in one long, even row. The elegantly modern black-and-white prints of heavy and decorous Villeroy & Boch crystals goblets and ...

Breaking the isolation by Gerhard Obermüller

Das ist ein Song von Irving Berlin, in einer Interpretation durch Bola de Nieve. Der Song steht für die dramatische Atmosphäre, die stets in der Luft liegt, wenn wir Kubaner das Thema Unabhängigkeit ansprechen. Dieses Drama ist dem Ursprung unserer nationalen Identität eingeschrieben...