Adislén Reyes Pino
|Adislén Reyes Pino|
Introduction[edit | edit source]
Adislén Reyes Pino, born in Cuba in 1984, has been known for her work in Havana, Cuba. Reyes’ work has pertained to various themes and social trends, within Cuba through visual art. Much of Reyes’ work is featured in Havana. Reyes has been involved in various exhibits around the world, but currently resides in Cuba. Today she is known for her work as a professor or print making at the San Alejandro Academy of Fine Arts.
Early Life, Education, and Career[edit | edit source]
Adislen began her art career at the Higher Institute of Arts and the San Alejandro Academy of Fine Arts. Pino draws her creativity from personal narrative. She uses her art to explain her own vision and view of society. Much of her work contains little to no color and provides feelings of emptiness and lack of definition. This allows every element in her compositions to have more meaning. Reyes’ work focuses on engaging her viewer into looking on the deeper beyond the humor of her works. Her themes include conflicting relationships socially and politically, especially looking at the social conditioning towards women in Cuban society. Pino has been described as ‘a smart young feminist influenced by contemporary media culture. Today Pino is involved in the community through being apart of the Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba (UNEAC). Pino has also had her work in consecutive auctioning for the struggle against cancer in Havana. Currently, Pino is a professor of printmaking at San Alejandro Academy of Fine Arts, where she graduated from.
Awards[edit | edit source]
Pino’s awards include second place in 2014 in a Post-it expo-sale of contemporary Cuban art. In 2012 she received a scholarship from the Havana-Cultura project in support of artistic production. She has been featured in various publications in Cuba and even the Washington Post. Most critically acclaimed, her work has been featured in Taipei Fine Art Museum in China, The Art Museum of the Americas in Washington, D.C., and the Museum of Contemporary Art and Design in Costa Rica. Internationally, Pino has had her collections in California, Minneapolis, China, Miami, San Francisco, Berlin, Belize, Beijing, Taipei, and Madrid.
Artwork and Performance[edit | edit source]
‘Fossil Generation’ Series
‘Poop Aesthetics’ Series
Performance, “Loza”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=9&v=_oUJUvjKHtA
Collections[edit | edit source]
Mexican American & Iberian Collections, California.
Rosemary Furtak Collections, Minneapolis.
Xin Dong Cheng Collections, China.
Exhibitions[edit | edit source]
Lois Lambert Gallery (Santa Monica, CA). June 2016.
Museum of Art and Design (Costa Rica).
Group Exhibitions[edit | edit source]
Has participated in various group exhibitions.
Publications[edit | edit source]
2014-Magazine Arte Cubano. No 3-2014, p. 92
2013-Magazine Arte Cuba. No 13-2013, p. 8
2012-Magazine Arte Cubano. No 1-2012, p. 11
2011-Noticias Arte Cubano. No 7-2011, p. 6
2011-Magazine Arte Cubano. No 1-2011, p. 46
2010-El extremo de la bala, una década de arte cubano (The Tip of the Bullet, One Decade of Cuban Art), p. 180
2008-Proyecto Parábola. Edition No 15 (digital bulletin) 2007-Magazine Arte Cubano. No 1-2007, p. 74
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