Cuban Fine Art Artist Celebrates the Female
11 de enero de 2017, 15:52Havana, Jan 11 (Prensa Latina) Cuban popular fine arts artist Martha Jimenez is exhibiting a sample of her painting and ceramics, which suggest inner female power and freedom, represented by a goat.
Under the title 'En Nombre de Las Cabras' (In the Name of Goats) the exhibition opened on Tuesday at the Carmen Montilla Gallery in Old Havana and includes works on canvas and paper, as well as sculptures and works of art in other media.
Cuban researcher, Maydelin Leiva, said the works by Martha Jimenez show an expressiveness passion, are loaded with drama and a have great visual appeal.
Jimenez aims to explore not only the drama of life and of human nature but also the limitations of female greatness and what it means to be female.
Ceramist, painter, sculptor and printmaker, Martha Jiménez (Holguín, 1948) has had more than 250 exhibitions, collective and personal. She is also a winner of the Award of the United Nations for Education, Science and Culture and has won numerous awards within and outside of the island.
The creator behind the Plaza del Carmen sculptural ensemble, in the eastern city of Camguey (where she lives), Jimenez is currently developing four projects of monumental sculpture in Cuba.
In the Name of Goats will be open in the Carmen Montilla Gallery until January 27th.
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