Pedro de Oraá (Cuba) Pedro de Oraá (1931) studied painting and sculpture at the San Alejandro Academy in 1952, joining the group known as The Eleven in 1956, and was among the Ten Concrete Painters, 1958-1961. Outstanding among his principal personal expositions have been those presented at the Pequeño Espacio Gallery; the National Visual Arts […]
Ernesto Briel (Cuba). An artist with a particular interest in the theater, Briel was a painter and set designer who also worked briefly as an actor. He studied painting at the Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes San Alejandro and design at the Escuela Nacional de Diseño in Havana, and photography at the Parsons School of […]
José María Mijares (Cuba) Mijares discusses his background; his early interest in drawing; attending Cuba’s main art school, the San Alejandro Academy of Art, Havana; his professors, Leopoldo Romanach and Armando Menocal; artistic influences of Cuban modernist painters Fidelio Ponce and Amelia Peláez; being awarded the second prize in a national exhibition in Hanava, 1944 […]
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