Living Apart Together. Works by Cuban artist Carlos Estevez. Through October 19 at Couturier Gallery in Los Angeles CA.
Living Apart Together, the exhibition of new works by Cuban painter and sculptor Carlos Estevez, includes large paintings and intricate sculptures exploring the human psyche vis-à-vis a complex artificial world with metaphoric imagery and thoughtful witticism. Present are his trademark mechanical figures: hybrids of man and nature, combined with elements of music, marionettes, architecture and telephones. The exhibition continues through October 19.
Carlos Estévez‘s work may be found in numerous museum and public collections including: Museo Nacional Palacio de Bellas Artes, La Habana, Cuba; Bronx Museum, New York, USA; Museum of Fine Art, Boston, MA, USA; Miami Art Museum, Miami, FL, USA; Arizona State University Art Museum, Arizona, USA; Lowe Art Museum, UM, Miami, FL, USA; Drammens Museum for Kunst og Kulturhistorie, Drammens, Norway; The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum, FIU, Miami, FL, USA; Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach, CA USA; Bacardi Art Foundation, Miami, FL, USA; Fort. Lauderdale Art Museum, Fort. Lauderdale, USA; Association d’Art de La Napoule, France; Acerbo Histórico de la Academia de San Carlos, DF. México; Kunst Forum Ludwig, Aachen, Germany; Colección Casa de las Américas, La Habana, Cuba; Center for Cuban Studies, New York, USA; Fundación Arte Viva, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; OMI Foundation Collection, New York, USA; The Farber Collection, New York.