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Decadencia y Entropia Exposition in Trinidad, Cuba and Canada

Posted on January 05, 2017 | 0 comments
Cubanocanadian is very pleased to celebrate the successful opening in Trinidad, Cuba of "DECADENCIA Y ENTROPIÁ" , a shared exhibition of new works by Cuban artists Adonis Toledo Torres and Edras Francisco Rodriguez.

Decadencia y Entropia Cubanocanadian Cuban Art Exhibition

 An international project between Cuba and Canada, the exhibition opened on December 26th, 2016 and will continue until January 26th, 2017.  After this, the show will leave the island for a special presentation in  Ottawa, Canada in the spring of 2017.

While Edras' work juxtaposes industrial atrophy and natural rebirth using meticulously hand cut materials on canvases painted in acrylic tones of rust and metalic neglect, the often monochromatic canvases of Adonis present an urban architecture that is undeniably in  decay while still proudly surviving against the odds.

 

Opening remarks with (l.to r.) Cubanocanadian Director Leif Walther, Casa del Joven Creadore Director Michel Garcia Magariño, Edras Francis Rodriguez and Adonis Toledo Torres

Decadencia y Entropia Cubanocanadian Cuban Art Exhibition  

 

 

Decadencia y Entropia Cubanocanadian Cuban Art Exhibition

Decadencia y Entropia Cubanocanadian Cuban Art Exhibition De 

Yurien Lopez Reyes Catering Cubanocanadian  Decadencia y Entropia Cubanocanadian Cuban Art Exhibition

Snacks and designer beverages ("Cubanocanadian Summer", "Cubanocanadian Winter" catered by Yurien Lopez Reyes

Leif Walther Victor Echenaguisia Pena Decadencia y Entropia Cubanocanadian Cuban Art Exhibition

Decadencia y Entropia Cubanocanadian Cuban Art Exhibition

(L) Leif Walther talks with Victor Echenagusia Peña, Municipal UNEAC President. (R) Artists Adonis Toledo Torres and Edras Francisco Portales compare notes

 

If you are unable to make it to the Trinidad edition of the show, please stay tuned to this websight or the Cubanocanadian Facebook page for the Canadian dates.

Click here for a look at the artwork on display in the current iteration of the exhibition.

 

 

 

 

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