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

Tag: Ordo Amoris Cabinet (1994-2003)

Ordo Amoris: Towards a pragmatic Design by Juan Antonio Molina

What Ordo Amoris presents in Agua con Azúcar for instance, are not a group of works, but evidences and documents. Not so much the result of a “creation” process but a provisionally conclusive stage of an investigation on the crossover of different aesthetic and functional areas. Thus, it is not interesting to look an exact definition now for Ordo Amoris’ activity...

Ordo Amoris Cabinet: Across Havana in a Limosina by Antonio Eligio Tonel

In some way, Ordo Amoris’s experience is one of the most authentic experiences in the horizons of the end of the century, due to its level of correspondence with the present, because of the intensity of the dialogue that establishes with the social historical space where these works are conceived. It certainly is very organic art with our historical era, with ...

The Gabinete Ordo Amoris by Orlando Hernández

The two artists who make up Ordo Amoris Cabinet, Francis Acea and Diango Hernández attempt to understand and explain the complex Cuban reality (and perhaps Reality) through the simple operational presentation of these objects. Their methodology consists of extracting the objects from their ‘natural’ environment and placing them in another (the art gallery), whose ...

Ordo Amoris Cabinet by Ariella Yedgar

From the safe distance of a western perspective, these objects seem desperately romantic and exotic, holding a lyrical beauty that obscures the predicament they were made to address. Yet even stranger is the way in which these commodities are perceived by Cubans. In recent years the economy has been boosted, partly by a more liberal approach towards Cubans owning ...

The order of love by Wolfgang Becker

From that point on, the team, which gave itself the Latin name ORDO AMORIS, developed a theory and practice of provisional culture, i. e. the elements to work with are found in the world around where a stage of emergency survives. They describe how the provisional arrangement, which is installed in a period of scarcity, stops itself at that moment when it cannot ...