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Gallery: Art Code Space

Artists: Alicia Rodriguez Alvisa, Rosa Cabrera, Ailen Maleta, Aissa Santiso, Florencia de Titta, Lianet Martínez Pino, Eliane Adela Padron, Carol Espíndola, Lianet Martinez Pino, Lara Ruiz, Paola Martínez Fiterre

Art Code Space is pleased to announce A drop of sweat for every breath, a collective exhibition curated by Yudinela Ortega.
The exhibition tries to build a map - individual and collective - from different voices that have built their creative universes in conflict. The curator proposes axioms that invite analysis of the conflict in the artists' profession.

Art Code Space is pleased to announce A drop of sweat for every breath, a collective exhibition curated by Yudinela Ortega who is featuring artworks by Rosa Cabrera, Carol Espíndola, Ailen Maleta, Lianet Martínez Pino, Paola ... more >>
Art Code Space is pleased to announce A drop of sweat for every breath, a collective exhibition curated by Yudinela Ortega.
The exhibition tries to build a map - individual and collective - from different voices that have built their creative universes in conflict. The curator proposes axioms that invite analysis of the conflict in the artists' profession.

Art Code Space is pleased to announce A drop of sweat for every breath, a collective exhibition curated by Yudinela Ortega who is featuring artworks by Rosa Cabrera, Carol Espíndola, Ailen Maleta, Lianet Martínez Pino, Paola Martínez Fiterre, Elíane Padrón, Alicia Rodríguez Alvisa, Lara Ruiz, Aissa Santiso and Florencia De Titta.
The exhibition tries to build a map - individual and collective - from different voices that have built their creative universes in conflict. The curator proposes axioms that invite analysis of the conflict in the artists' profession. Where they find it, how they do it, when the conflicts that define the lives of women artists are recognized and projected in the production and conception of their works, how much pressure they feel in the process of creating their works, how they manage to get out of those conjunctures and how they express - sometimes - in an unpremeditated way that reality.
This project will be presented in an Online Viewing Room and also in a Virtual Reality mode, sponsored by Art Code Space, who is interested in the promotion of Contemporary Art, especially Cuban art. We believe that “curatorship” doesn’t need real walls to become true, but the imagination to build them.


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