Opens: April 2nd | 6:00PM
Closes: April 29th | 3:00PM
General Admission: $1 entry donation
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Cuban American artist Alex Lago has said: “I was born on an island, in a city and now I live in a forest, and in between them, there has been the world. My experience has led me to transmute my exiled status into a path of universal learning, which I think, in the end, is not only mine… Radial Pilgrim is about the ways of finding an inner country.”
His use of watercolors and oils takes the viewer into a dream phase and brings them back to the reality of one’s self reflection once again. With these pieces he hopes the viewer will feel the challenges a man faces as he leaves the past behind to live in the present.
I was born on an island, in a city and now I live in a forest, and in between them, there has been the world. My experience has led me to transmute my exiled status into a path of universal learning, which I think, in the end, is not only mine. The path of life is a constant exile for everyone, in which something essential accompanies us and grows on the way. In my work, there is usually an emblematic, mythical component that has always fascinated me to explore and develop. In this particular proposal, symbols and images converge reflecting the most notable tensions of my life, those that exist between stability and movement, between living a present and leaving behind. In this game, I can’t avoid what confronts me with myself.
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