BRYANT TOTH FINE ART – Pop-up Gallery and Art Curator specializing in Cuba-based contemporary art. Bryant Toth Fine Art is not only committed to introducing underrepresented Cuban artists to new markets, but also diversify the traditional gallery model through unique pop-up exhibitions in domestic and international markets. Bryant collaborates with a diverse group of Cuban artists whose work is extensive in style and medium. The work truly encompasses the changing Cuban art scene. Bryant Toth Fine Art was created from an appreciation of Cuba, its culture and creative talents.
NEW YORK, NY – Bryant Toth Fine Art and Gallery 151 are pleased to present an exhibition of works by Cuba-based artist HectorFrank, from November3rd– November 10th at 132 West 18th Street New York, NY 10011. An exhibition catalogue with an essay by José Manuel Noceda, a celebrated Cuban Art Historian and Critic will be published and an opening reception will be held on Thursday, November 3rd from 6pm – 10 pm.
￼HECTOR FRANK – Bridge to Cuba, is Mr. Frank’s second solo exhibition in Manhattan New York. Following a year of notable success, global exposure, and a nearly sold out exhibition in 2015, we’re honored to share a new collection of his recent work. This show will focus on a series of portraits made from a combination of acrylic & collage on canvas or acrylic and collage on wood. The texture and depth of Mr. Frank’s pieces can been seen through his choice of materials, fluid brush strokes and intricate focus on details.
“Lo que me inspira somos nosotros los seres humanos con todas las fuerzas y emociones que traemos dentro y que no siempre exteriorizamos pero que a la vez nos delatan en nuestro comportamiento, nuestras miradas, etc. Entonces creo mis personajes con una manera muy particular de atrapar sentimientos y visiones, son estas las que nos caracterizan y nos hacen comunicarnos sin que medien palabras.
“What inspires me are human beings—with all of the forces and emotions that we bring in and not always externalize, but at the same time we betray our behavior, our eyes, etc. Then think of my characters (portraits) with a very particular way to catch feelings and visions are these that characterize us and make us communicate without reasonable words.”