Homage to the Great Latin-American Masters Exhibition
January 11, 2020Free
Art of the World Gallery is pleased to announce its new exhibition Homage to the Great Latin-American Masters featuring the most important and acclaimed Latin-American artists of the modern 20th Century.
The stunning collective show is debuting on Friday, October 11th, 2019 and will be on view until January 11th, 2020.
Homage to the Great Latin-American Masters is comprised of a magnificent roster of some of the most important artists of the Twentieth Century from nine different countries.
Starting from north to south, with the presence of three Mexicans masters such as Diego Rivera, mainly known as most remarkable socio-political realism and fresco muralist, the figurative and lyric abstractions of vivid style of Rufino Tamayo, accompanying by the contemporary baroque and neo-classical sculpture of Javier Marín; from Colombia the female artist honored this year by MFAH, Beatriz González, and the world’s most acclaimed Latin-American living master characterized for his unique voluminous compositions Fernando Botero; the Chilean abstract expressionist by Roberto Matta; from the island of Cuba, Afro-Cuban surrealist Wifredo Lam and the renowned master of color and controversial Julio Larraz; post-war mysticism and strong palette of Peruvian Fernando De Szyszlo; prominent and avant-garde abstractions of Venezuelan Oswaldo Vigas; Costa Rica’s most important sculptor and first Latin-American artist commissioned by the Vatican City, likewise Michelangelo, Jorge Jiménez Deredia; from Ecuador the cubist style depictions of Oswaldo Guayasamín, and finally but not least the influential and eclectic contemporary Brazilian Vik Muniz.