En la paz del azul reina la cólera del rojo
Abel is a beloved curator in Havana trusted by both underground talents and heavyweights like artist-duo Los Carpinteros.__ __
Abel took us all over Havana to explore hidden artist studios - some doubled as the artist homes and others acted as shared spaces for prominent artists to help the next generation of talent.__ __
His curation for Absolut Art focused on “making sure that, without a doubt, you meet the most relevant artists working in Havana today.”
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German crafted professional grade frames in black and white individually crafted for Absolut Art and chosen by the curators and artists to best fit the artworks.
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- 6 millimeter aluminum frames
- UV proof plexiglass
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About Yornel Martinez
Exploring the relationship between image represented and meaning of the text
“I attempt to leave a poetic imprint of the untranslatable in terms of language”
What’s your work about?
"I attempt to leave a poetic imprint of the untranslatable in terms of language"
What inspires you?
"Stéphane Mallarmé, William Blake, The imaginary ages, Guillaume Apollinaire, TractatusLogico-Philosophicus, Marcel Broodthaers, A season in hell ... Understand culture as a map and find certain communicating vessels ..."
Why have you chosen to live and work in Havana?
"And why not?"
A bit about Yornel
Yornel J. Martínez Elías (Manzanillo 1981) is a contemporary artist who has developed his work close to the post-conceptual practices through technical formalizations and diverse materials. He has been invited to participate in the 6th Salon of Contemporary Cuban Art and in the XII Biennial of Havana as well as in the Aichi Triennale, Nagoya, Japan. Among others Yornel Martínez works are shown in the Jumex collection, Mexico DF and in the National Museum of Fine Arts, Cuba. He studied at the Higher Institute of Art in Havana, where he lives and works.