CONCEPTIUM SALIARA- APPALOOSA.Solo Show of Glauber Ballestero.

 CONCEPTIUM SALIARA- APPALOOSA.Solo Show of Glauber Ballestero.


Solo Show of Glauber Ballestero.

Inauguration, Friday, April 21. 6:00 p.m.

Villa Manuela Art Gallery

Conceptium Saliara is the enigma that Glauber Ballestero proposes to evoke the regeneration of the myth. Ballestero works with complete freedom the intricacies of an apparently fragmented reality and creates in it conditions that trigger towards a higher phase of evolution. Conceptium Saliara can be surreal, timeless, chaotic in itself or simply anachronistic, if you as a spectator are totally disconnected from the real anchorage that this discourse has. Notions such as raciality, globalization, ambiguity of facts, evolution of the species, double morality, maneuvers of history, the search for absolute truth, are put to dialogue in three moments that stand metaphor of the birth of a seemingly self-sufficient, supreme being, who in the course of the show evidences its origin, cause and end. Demonstrations such as painting, video and installation can be seen in the exhibition.

The exhibition will be open to the public until Friday, June 9.


H St., No. 406, between 17 and 19, Vedado. Havana, Cuba.

Monday to Friday, from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

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