The presence of a leitmotif in the work of a group of notable contemporary artists of various nationalities, is the curatorial principle of the exhibition Forever and again, open to the public in the Continuous Art Gallery until the coming April 10.
Under this conception of Lorenzo Fiaschi and Niurma Pérez, Cubans Yoan Capote (Pinar del Río, 1977), Raúl Cordero (Havana, 1971), Michel Pérez Pollo (Manzanillo, 1981) and Ángel R. were invited to participate in the project. Ricardo Ríos (Holguin, 1965); along with the French Daniel Buren (Paris, 1938), the Italians Arcangelo Sassolino (Vicenza, 1967) and Serse (San Paolo di Piave), as well as the Colombian José Antonio Suárez Londoño (Medellín, 1955).
Of the beautiful aquatic landscapes drawn by Serse on paper on aluminum, the Cuban spectator has close reference for the exhibitions that the artist has starred in the National Museum of Fine Arts and in the Continuous Art Gallery itself. On this occasion, the Italian lets us see a series of water swirls that he has grouped under the title Water leaves and wormwood (2019-2020).
Chronicles of everyday life in small format, are the drawings and engravings (2000-2016) by José Antonio Suárez Londoño, another participant in the exhibition with Arcangelo Sassolino, author of The impossible closing of the circle, again with the use of materials industrial and attached the concept of transferring the properties of Physics to the daily experience of man.
Belonging to the collection of the institution of the Chinatown, works by three artists closely linked to the theme of this project are integrated into the exhibition. Anish Kapoor (Bombay, India, 1954) with the play When I am pregnant and the video Wounds and absent objects; by Kader Attia, the traces of her intervention on the stage floor and Before and After, by Jorge Macci (Buenos Aires, 1963) a brick wall that patents his permanent interest in questioning the notions of space.
On the cover: Isla, Yoan Capote