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Contemporary Cuban Art From Artist Conrado Maleta
Contemporary Cuban Art From Artist Conrado Maleta
Contemporary Cuban Art From Artist Conrado Maleta
Contemporary Cuban Art From Artist Conrado Maleta
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A Day Before the Rain, Factory of Illusory Certainties. Mixed Media Sculpture by Cuban Artist Conrado Maleta

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A Day Before the Rain, Factory of Illusory Certainties. Mixed Media Sculpture by Cuban Artist Conrado Maleta Sculpture

Conrado R P Maleta'

United States

Sculpture, Metal on Paper

Size: 10 W x 7.5 H x 5.5 D in

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A Day Before the Rain, or, Factory of Illusory Certainties. Project for a domestic portable Shrine. Dimensions are approximate 19 X 13.5 X 13 centimeters CLOSED. Work done in New York, USA and one of the pieces of new art project close to architecture modeling. This is an art project not a shrine properly and has no intention for being used as a shrine but as an art object. The piece is directly inspired in Catholic reliquaries. This is an original art work. Only one 1/1 of a kind

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Sculpture:Metal on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:10 W x 7.5 H x 5.5 D in

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Contemporary Cuban Art From Artist Conrado Maleta' "An extraordinary master is at work in these images and we are grateful for the chance to collect him. The parables, the allegories, the references are so enriching -- it gives these images traction and staying power -- they are mesmerizing pieces to which our gaze returns again and again, as we try to suss out just what we feel about the underlying story. It is an adventure to live with these works". Brian Malik BIO: Since I was a kid in Cuba, I dreamed with a kind of way of life more less "nomadic". In some way doing arts was a spiritual and emotional answer to my wishes. I had the opportunity for putting my brain "out", flying to another galaxy, landing in many planets created by the imagination. One day I was able to do a real, material movement for leave out my country and suddenly one morning I woke up in Madrid, Europe. I never came back to my country perhaps because once I started to "walk" the world I never felt able to do a single step back. After years in Europe I moved to the telluric Middle East. That was a particular chapter in my personal voyage and it was rich in creativity, dense in emotions and hard in therms of daily, common urban living. One day I just was walking in front of a magnificent beach and told to my partner: next November 14th we will be out of this place in direction West... arriving to New York. My artistic personality was born in Cuba, had a teenage period in Europe, changed to a rich deep and professional manners in Jerusalem for finally became mature in New York. That's the ABC of all here. Nevertheless, I will apology for my sometimes irrational and miss behaving manners as artist. I can't work with the full correctness that technique and styles brings. I usually abandon myself to the temperaments and moods of the moment and environments. I hope no one judge my technique skills or stylistic values, mainly because will get disastrous results on that judgement. I wish from all of you a little of patience and overall, love.

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