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The exhibition focuses attention on the black and white paper work of Ernesto Briel, a Cuban optical artist whose production is practically unknown, even among specialists in Latin American art.

Press Release

With the title Iridescent Geometries, the Juan Carlos Maldonado Art Collection gives continuity to the exhibition project that began six years ago. Since then, its objective has been to promote the study of modern and contemporary art at an international level, emphasizing abstract-geometric practices. On this occasion, and after having exhibited part of his collection, he focuses his attention …

With the title Iridescent Geometries, the Juan Carlos Maldonado Art Collection gives continuity to the exhibition project that began six years ago. Since then, its objective has been to promote the study of modern and contemporary art at an international level, emphasizing abstract-geometric practices. On this occasion, and after having exhibited part of his collection, he focuses his attention on the work of Ernesto Briel, a Cuban optical artist whose production is practically unknown, even among specialists in Latin American art.

With this, JCMAC hopes to make a supplementary contribution …

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Miami, FL, US
Monday–Friday, 10:30am–5pm
Saturday, 11am–4pm
Sunday, Closed