Artist Tomás Sánchez discusses his work on view in the exhibition “Under the Spell of the Palm Tree: The Rice Collection of Cuban Art.” Tomás Sánchez is renowned internationally for his extraordinary, detailed landscapes and his depictions of majestic landfills.
Harn at Home
Architectural Studies Inspired by Emilio Sánchez
Watch the Harn at Home video to discover how Cuban-American artist Emilio Sánchez uses color, pattern, shadow and form to create architectural studies of places in the United States and Latin America. Then drawing inspiration from Sánchez, experiment with capturing a sense of place in your own unique style. Post...
Coffee with the Curators
It isn’t unusual for artists to build upon content of the past, whether they are imitating it, criticizing it, or tearing it down. (I can’t help but think of how Robert Rauschenberg purchased a drawing by Willem de Kooning and then erased it! It was titled Erased de Kooning Drawing, 1953.) As...
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Artist Conversation: Abel Barroso
Artist Abel Barroso discusses his work on view in the exhibition Under the Spell of the Palm Tree: The Rice Collection of Cuban Art. Part of the 1990s generation of Cuban artists, Barroso is known internationally for merging printmaking and sculpture in his humorous and biting commentaries. His concerns extend...