Articles of ‘Humberto Castro’

Uprooted/Transmigrations

Uprooted/Transmigrations

Pan American Art Projects - Miami
Curated by Abelardo Mena

The Trojan Horse: Displacement and Resilience of the Uprooted Nation
By Joaquín Badajoz
The history of humankind sometimes seem to be, without diminishing other complex axioms and principles of civilization, the tale of the agonic paradox between sedentariness and migration. The parallel narratives that, from one point of [...]



Joyas Latinoamericanas

Art Space Virginia Miller Galleries, Miami
By Janet Batet
Under the suggestive title “Joyas Latinoamericanas” (Latin American Jewels), Art Space Virginia Miller Galleries, in Miami, offered us a balanced account of the contemporary art in the region. The presence of great figures, such as, José Clemente Orozco and Francisco Toledo (Mexico); Gina Pellón and Wifredo Lam (Cuba); [...]



Joyas Latinoamericanas

ArtSpace/Virginia Miller Galleries
June 5 - September 25, 2009
Opening reception Friday, June 5, 2009, 7-10 pm
Thanks to the current international economic situation, older works by Latin American master artists will be on view in “Joyas Latinoamericanas,” the summer exhibition at ArtSpace/Virginia Miller Galleries.
The exhibition features 1942 and 1970 works by the Cuban master Wifredo Lam, a [...]



Contemporary Fables by Humberto Castro

ArtSpace / Virginia Miller Galleries, Coral Gables - Miami
October 3 - 30, 2008
By Ernesto Menéndez Conde
Since the mid-nineteen eighties, when the Cuban painter Humberto Castro first exhibited his art in Havana, the human body has been the leitmotiv that gives continuity to the several stages of his work. Man has been the main topic of [...]