Young Cuban artists Jeosviel Abstengo Chaviano, Liesther Amador González, and Fernando Caluff, will represent Cuba on the first edition of Hispanoamericanos, Traveling Souls exhibition, scheduled to be held at the Albernathy Arts Center, in the US city of Georgia.
The exhibition will open on October 5 and will be open to the public until the 31st. The event will be attended by some one hundreds artists from Cuba, Mexico, Panama, Uruguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Argentina, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador and Colombia.
The encounter, sponsored by Fulton Country Arts & Culture, was designed by its coordinator, Colombian artist Félix Berroa, who created the Artistas de Hispanoamérica Society Project, aimed at grouping Iberian American artists from different generations and anesthetic proposals.
Young Cuban artists from the eastern province of Ciego de Ávila, Jeosviel Abstengo Chaviano and Liesther Amador González, as well as Fernando Caluff from the western city of Matanzas, will exhibit three large format paintings (two each) at Hispanoamericanos, Traveling Souls in Georgia.
Jeosviel Abstengo and Liesther Amador have participated in more than 30 exhibitions in Cuba and abroad, with pieces that include drawings, installations and videos. For his part, Fernando Caluff is devoted to digital arts and has exhibited in several galleries of the world.