Diango Hernández is a Cuban visual artist and editor of FINI magazine

Category: Solos

La historia, mi juguete preferido Solo exhibition at Pepe Cobo y Cia, Madrid

“La retaguardia de las estatuas” por Javier Montes urante la Guerra Fría, las dos fábricas Alemanas de Lego (o sucedáneos Lego) siguieron fabricando sus piececitas a uno y otro lado del Telón de Acero. Pero las diseñaban apropósito para que las democráticas y las federales no encajaran unas en otras. La historia la cuenta Diango Hernández al hilo de ...

El Manual del Tractorista Arrepentido Solo booth curated by Adriano Pedrosa at Zona Maco, Mexico City with Alexander & Bonin, NY

ookshelves can be organized using many different systems and preferences. In a bookshelf a book could have a fat “neighbor” telling maybe a love story and a tall one that talks about  how beautiful is the sea. Certainly there is a lot going on inside any bookshelf and I am sure that in any of them live perfectly together differences and contradictions coexist in ...

Th-ink Solo exhibition at Alexander & Bonin, NY

n exhibition of Diango Hernández’s Drawing (Third hand), 2006 will open April 4th at Alexander and Bonin. The work, a set of fifty ink drawings, evolved out of Hernández’s interest in the Polish artist Andrzej Wróblewski (1927 – 1957). Hernández was drawn to Wróblewski because, in him, he saw a “person confused and affected by a political system: confused because ...

Inspire me, again Solo exhibition at Stella Lohaus, Antwerp

he artistic research carried out by Diango Hernández (born in Sancti Spiritus, Cuba in 1970, living and working in Düsseldorf, Germany since 2003) shows close ties with Havana, the city he grew up in. His paintings, drawings, collages and sculptures incorporate themes such as democracy (and its feasibility), communication and the idea of individual freedom. ...