1.15.2016

LOS DIEZ PINTORES CONCRETOS

MARIO CARREÑO, CREPÚSCULO (TWILIGHT), 1955
 
LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA, SIN TÍTULO (UNTITLED), 1953
 
SALVADOR CORRATGÉ, ESPACIOS Y FORMAS NO.1 (SPACES AND FORMS NO. 1), 1962
 
PEDRO DE ORAÁ, SIN TÍTULO (UNTITLED), 1960
 
RAFAEL SORIANO, COMPOSICIÓN (COMPOSITION), 1954
 
SALVADOR CORRATGÉ, ESPACIOS Y FORMAS NO.1 (SPACES AND FORMS NO. 1), 1962
 
SANDÚ DARIÉ, SIN TÍTULO (UNTITLED), 1950
 
Los Diez Pintores Concretos (Ten Concrete Painters) was a group of Cuban artists that was formed in 1959. In all, the group showed together a total of three times and published two portfolios of prints. Their last exhibition was presented at the Galería de Artes Plásticas, Camagüey in 1961, but after the closure of the gallery and under the increased political pressure, Los Diez disbanded.

An exhibition of paintings and sculptures (from the late 1940s through the early 1960s) by the artists who were at different times associated with the short-lived group titled Concrete Cuba is on display at David Zwirner in New York until 20 February.

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