With the opening of the expo Silencio, Alejandro Lescay Hierrezuelo opened its doors the 39th edition of the Caribbean Festival in Santiago de Cuba, dedicated to the Oriental Republic of Uruguay.
Meditative faces, in dialogue with the interior, show us the different forces that arise when the being is alone with itself. Sometimes I scream, sometimes fury, other crying, bitterness, in all the will of the human being to be found.
With more than 45 collective exhibitions and 12 personal exhibitions, in Cuba and other countries, Lescay Hierrezuelo continues to admire the people of Santiago. "It's very important for me to exhibit here because this is the audience that I respect the most and the one that has always accompanied me in my career."
Alejandro Lescay thanked all the people who made this exhibition possible. "It has been a great trip," he said, "which began in December with a work called Silencio, which today gives the title to the exhibition, and then the other works, previously exhibited at the Havana Biennial, were added."
At the opening of Silencio, at Galería Arte Soy, artists and intellectuals from Santiago and from other cities that visit us attended. For the coming days of the Fire Festival in Santiago de Cuba the inauguration of the exhibition Improntas, by the artist Alberto Lescay and the exhibition of the Photographic Mural "Somos" by Roberto Chile, among the most outstanding activities of the plastic arts are announced.
Photos: Raúl Abreu