eBook CARLOS LUNA: EL GRAN MAMBO Art Exhibition Catalogue download
Publisher: Lozano (2006)
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See contact information and details about Carlos Luna. 1995, Advento; Group Exhibition of Contemporary Art; Tecali, Puebla, Mexico, Formas de Expresión; 180º Gallery, Puebla, Mexico, Group Exhibition; El Angel Gallery, Ciudad Mexico, Arte Contemporáneo; 180º Gallery, Puebla, Mexico.
Picasso/Luna: Pablo Picasso ceramics and Carlos Luna paintings, 2008. Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale, Fort Lauderdale, FL. Introduction by Annegreth Nill.
Essay by Bárbaro Martínez-Ruiz, Henry John Drewal, Carol Damian, Jack Rasmussen, Ramón Alejandro. Picasso/Luna: Pablo Picasso ceramics and Carlos Luna paintings, 2008. Essays by Curtis L. Carter, Carol Damian and Jesús Rosado. 309 pages, hardcover 12 ½ x 13 ½ in. ISBN: 978-678056-8-9. Carlos Luna: El Gran Mambo, 2008. American University Museum, Washington, DC. Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach, CA.
El Gran Mambo, The Great mambo, 2004 Carlos Luna 6 panel painting. Ismael Cala Interviews Carlos Luna. EST CNNEspañol Carlos Luna discusses his new exhibition Green Machine. Artist Painting Pin Up Cartoons. Tune in. Ismael Cala entrevista a Carlos Luna esta noche a las 9:00 . EST CNNEspañol Sobre su nueva exhibición Green Machine.
This major retrospective catalogue on the career of minimalist sculptor and poet Carl Andre examines the artist’s legacy and presents a broad range of sculpture and written work created over five decades. Series: Dia Art Foundation, New York - Exhibition Catalogues.
Carlos Luna: El Gran Mambo, Museum of Latin American Art, USA, Long Beach. Carlos Luna: Personal Histories, Polk Museum of Art, USA, Lakeland. Selected Group Exhibitions. Picasso/Luna: Pablo Picasso ceramics and Carlos Luna paintings, NSU Art Museum, Fort Lauderdale, USA, Ft. Lauderdale.
Format:Unknown Binding. ISBN13:9780980108019. Release Date:January 2006.
Carlos Luna, one of the foremost contemporary Cuban award-winning painters is part of a generation of Cuban artists who embrace their strong heritage and traditions but have reinvented themselves along the way. Thrumming with the spirit of Afro-Cuban tradition, Luna's works range from jacquard tapestries, works on metal sheets, and Talavera ceramic plates to mixed media on wood and largescale oil paintings. This monograph illustrates Luna's blend of influences from living and working in Cuba until 1991, then in Mexico for thirteen years, and now in Miami, since 2002.
The towering centerpiece of the exhibition, El Gran Mambo, is a massive six-panel . Photos courtesy of Carlos Luna studio.
The towering centerpiece of the exhibition, El Gran Mambo, is a massive six-panel painting chronicling the artist’s own story. El Gran Mambo tells the story of my journey through three countries, says Luna, adding that music passionately fuels his creative process while he’s painting. The musicality and rhythm of El Gran Mambo are powerful elements of this centerpiece. Luna also cites as his artistic influences the musical masters Benny More and Ismael Rivero.