From April 7th to June 12th, the Universal Art Building welcomes the work by British artist Tony Cragg, “who has established a new turn in international sculpture,” according to the specialized critics.
With the title “Sculptures and Drawings”, the Temporary Exhibition Hall in this museum in the capital organizes a total of 16 drawings and 30 sculptures among the most admirable ones in his career, all pieces of great aesthetic value that take possession of natural materials such as wood, cork and stone.
More than 250 solo exhibitions in a dozen countries (Italy, Germany, France, Holland, Belgium) turn Tony Cragg into a true crack artist of postmodern art, who guarantees to include in this island’s exhibition artworks that have never been displayed before.
Admission free for Cubans and foreigners.
Text by: Dayneris Brito
Translation: Beatriz Rodríguez