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

Tag: Marlborough Contemporary

Ways of knowing by Timotheus Vermeulen for Frieze magazine On the installation, sculptures and drawings of Diango Hernández, Dec. 2014

The art of Diango Hernández defies easy categorization. Although much of his work is inspired by his experiences of Cuba – where he was born in 1970 and lived until the age of 33 – he is not an émigré artist in the vein of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn or Joseph Brodsky. And while many of his projects are concerned with displacement and origin, his work does not sit ...

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 ...