Vibración, Bastones con Rojo - Jesús Rafael  Soto

Jesús Rafael Soto Vibración, Bastones con Rojo
1964
Mixed media, polychromed wood and metal
20.07 x 40.16 x 5.12 in. (51 x 102 x 13 cm.)
Signed and dated on the reverse

Untitled - Alberto Menocal

Alberto Menocal Untitled
ca. 1959
Mixed media on paper
25.5 x 19.6 in. (65 x 50 cm.)

Exhibiting Artists

  • Carlos Alfonzo  (+)

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  • Joseph Cornell  (+)
  • Salvador Corratgé

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  • Pedro de Oraá

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  • Wifredo Lam  (+)

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  • Alberto Menocal  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Alberto Menocal - Untitled Untitled

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  • Zilia Sanchez

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  • Darie Sandu  (+)

    Biography : He lived in his homecountry until he moved to France to study, and he graduated in Licentiate in Laws in 1932. His first approach to art was through humor comics published in Rumanian progressive newspapers and magazines such as Adam and Cuvantul Liber. In 1941 he arrived to Cuba andin 1945 he became Cuban citizen. His first personal exhibition took place in the Havana Lyceum in 1949. In these years he got in contact with Gyula Kosice, founder of the Argentine group of concrete art Madi. In the early 1950´s he exhibited his Estructuras Pictóricas, (Pictoric Structures), thus propitiating a serious enquire on abstraction, as well as a renovation within the cuban context of visual arts of these years. Together with Martínez Pedro and Mario Carreño, he made up the triad of Cuban painters who sooner joined abstraction as a way of expression. His experiences in the field of kynetism begins with his transforming structures (1955-1956) reachint its highest expression with Cosmorama (1966). In 1960 he joined the group known as Diez Pintores Concretos. (Ten Concrete Painters), In the 1970´s he he outstood by making works for architectural and urban environments.

    Exhibition : SOLO SHOWS

    1949

    Sandú Darié. Composiciones 1949 [September 14‑25]. Lyceum, Havana, CUBA.*

    Sandú Darié [October 24‑November 5]. Carlebach Gallery, New York, U.S.A.*

    1950

    Estructuras pictóricas 1950. Sandú Darié [October 9‑20]. Lyceum, Havana, CUBA.

    1955

    Exposición de Sandú Darié y Martínez Pedro [April 25‑May 1]. Escuela de Ciencias Sociales, Universidad de La Habana, Havana, CUBA.

    1956

    Estructuras transformables. Escuela de Arquitectura, Universidad de La Habana, Havana, CUBA.

    1957

    Multivisión espacial. Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Havana, CUBA.

    1966

    Pintura cinética de Sandú Darié. Cosmorama. Electro‑pintura en movimiento [August]. Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Havana, CUBA.*

    1971

    Sandú Darié. Selección de 12 de sus obras desde 1944. Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Havana, CUBA.

    1974

    Poema‑espectáculo “Rumbos” (multimedia project) [April 9-?]. Casa de las Américas, Havana, CUBA.*

    1978

    Espectáculos audiovisuales con “Poemas espaciales al aire libre.” Santiago de Cuba/Havana, CUBA.

    1983

    Sandú y los niños [July 20‑?]. House of Cuban-Soviet Friendship, Havana, CUBA.

    Multivisiones espaciales 83 [November 25‑?]. Galería Espacio Abierto, Revista Revolución y Cultura, Havana, CUBA.

    1984

    Espectáculo de arte cinético “Imágenes en movimiento con ritmos batá” (parallel to the 1st. Havana Biennial) [May]. Pabellón Cuba, Havana, CUBA.

    1987

    Exposición personal Sandú Darié [July 16-?]. Centro Provincial de Artes Plásticas y Diseño, Havana, CUBA.*

    1988

    Sandú Darié. Exposición antológica 1945‑1988 [December]. Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Havana, CUBA.*

    SELECTED GROUP SHOWS

    1949

    XV Salón de Humoristas [May 6-20]. [Caseta Parque Central], Havana, CUBA.*

    1950

    An Exhibition of Cuban Paintings [January 28‑February 2]. The Women’s Club of Havana, Havana, CUBA.*

    1951

    Some Areas of Research from 1913 to 195

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  • Loló Soldevilla  (+)

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  • Jesús Rafael Soto  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Jesús Rafael  Soto - Vibración, Bastones con Rojo Vibración, Bastones con Rojo

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Other Represented Artists

  • Olga de Amaral

  • Wifredo Arcay

  • Alexandre Arrechea

  • Hernan Bas

  • Josè Bedia

  • Cundo Bermúdez

  • Fernando Botero  (+)
  • Agustín Cardenas

  • Mario Carreño  (+)

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  • Leonora Carrington  (+)

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  • Claudio Castillo

  • Hugo Consuegra  (+)

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  • Sandu Darie

  • Jiménez Deredia

  • Carlos Cruz Diez  (+)

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  • León Ferrari

  • Gunther Gerzso

  • Felix Gonzalez Torres

  • Kcho Kcho  (+)

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  • Guido Llinás  (+)

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  • Raúl Martinez

  • Luis Martinez-Pedro  (+)

    Biography : 1910-1990 Born La Habana, Cuba Died La Habana, Cuba EDUCATION 1956 Special Summer Program in the Artist Materials and Technology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston. 1929 Architecture School, University of Havana, La Habana, Cuba.

    Exhibition : SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS 1989 Martínez Pedro. Galería Habana, Havana, Cuba 1988 De la serie “Ojos.” Centro de Arte 23 y 12, Havana, Cuba 1987 Luis Martínez Pedro. Exposición retrospectiva. Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Havana, Cuba Dibujos de Martínez Pedro. Palacio del Segundo Cabo, Havana, Cuba 1984 Exposición Homenaje a Celia. Museo Histórico Municipal de Plaza de la Revolución, La Habana, Cuba. 1983 Exposición de dibujos de Luis Martinez Pedro. Galeria de la Torre de TV, Berlin, Germany. 1981 Oleos de la serie Flora Cubana. Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, La Habana, Cuba. 1980 La Flora cubana. Galeria D, Praga. Color de Cuba y Flora Cubana. Rene Portocarrero y Luis Martinez Pedro. Sofia, Bulgaria. 1977 Ojos con los desnudos del mar. Galeria Habana, La Habana, Cuba. 1971 Otros signos del mar. Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, La Habana, Cuba. 1969 Other symbols of the sea-Homage to Amelia Pelaez. Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, La Habana, Cuba. 1966 Aguas Territoriales y signos del mar. Galeria Habana, La Habana, Cuba. Luis Martinez Pedro. Palacio de Bellas Artes, Rumania. 1963 Aguas Territoriales. Oleos y Dibujos. Galeria Habana, La Habana, Cuba. 1959 22 obras de Luis Martinez Pedro. Galeria Gres, Dresden, Germany. Luis Martinez Pedro. Galeria La Rampa, La Habana, Cuba. 1957 Luis Martinez Pedro. Bengsberg dei Koeln. Museum de Stadt Bengsberg, Germany. 1956 220ª Mostra del Naviglio. Galeria de Arte II Naviglio, Milan, Italy. Exposición Luis Martinez Pedro. Staedtische Kunsthalle, Recklinghausen, Westfalia, Germany. Exposición Luis Martinez Pedro. Frankfurter Kunstkabinett, Frankfurt, Germany. 1955 Exposición Luis Martinez Pedro y Sandu Darie. Pabellón de Ciencias Sociales, Universidad de La Havana, La Habana, Cuba. 1953 Martinez Pedro. Exposicion de oleos. Residencia del arquitecto Miguel Gaston, La Habana, Cuba. Luis Martinez Pedro: oleos recientes. Direccion de Cultura del Minis

  • Roberto Matta  (+)
  • José Mijares

  • Vik Muniz  (+)
  • Ernesto Neto

  • Luis Martinez Pedro

  • Amelia Pelaez

  • Tomás Sánchez  (+)

    Also represented by:

  • Mira Schendel

  • Lolo Soldevilla

  • Adriana Varejao

  • Francisco Zuñiga

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