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Independent curator of the alternative scene of Havana. His literary studies have helped him achieving a deep understanding for conceptual and political art, succeeding in a direct collaboration between artists and curatorsas well as living his passion for editing and writing.
His work as a curator aims at broadening the ordinary art style preferred by institutions.
Currently Abel is developing a research project on the design of Cuban furniture in the first decades of the Cuban Revolution with the support of the Los Carpinteros studio and the photographic documentation of Leandro Feal.
His selection made for Absolut Art represents without a doubt a part of the most relevant artists of the current Havana scene.
- 60 x 80 cm
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About Reynier Leyva Novo
The past for the present and the future
“My inspirations are multiple, they come from history, philosophy, science and from life itself, but not from art.”
What’s your work about?
"My creative interests have been deeply linked to the revision of history and the resonance that behaves the past for the present and the future."
What inspires you?
"My inspirations are multiple, they come from history, philosophy, science and from life itself, but not from art. I'm not interested in art to produce art."
Why have you chosen to live and work in Havanna?
"I didn´t choose this city, this city choose me..."
A bit about Reynier
"I was born on Friday September 23, 1983 at 5:00 p.m. in Párraga, a neighborhood in the outskirts south of Havana. I could have been born in any other place of the world, but I was born in Cuba, two years after the Mariel boatlift and six years before the fall of the Berlin Wall. My education was elemental. During my adolescence, while studying at the San Alejandro Academy of Fine Arts, I traveled throughout the province of the country, where I did my first works in nature. Then continued studies, at the Instituto Superior de Arte (unfinished) and Cátedra de Arte de Conducta, directed by the artist Tania Bruguera."