The project, which aims to become an annual event, aims to make known the most interesting outcomes of contemporary Cuban photography, putting it in contact with the public and collectors, but above all to develop an interest in the art system Italian strengthened by the growing international interest to illustrate, through the photographic medium, the myth of Cuba and the deepest meanings of its history and culture.
Isolo 17 Gallery promotes a new and ambitious exhibition project dedicated to contemporary Cuban photography at the most important trade fair in Italy: the Mia Photo Fair, scheduled from March 9th to 12th 2018 in Milan.
This year's space, curated by Alain Cabrera, editorial coordinator of "ArteCubano" and Giovanni Monzon, director of Isolo 17 Gallery, will present the works of three young photographers, Jorge Otero, Yuri Limonte, Gabriel Guerra Bianchini. The artists in their productions depict three of the symbols of the Cuban identity: the Malecon de La Habana (Seawalk), the peasant and childhood, proposing an anthropological reflection on the traditions and authenticity of a people in the light of socio-economic changes. politicians in place. edited by Alain Cabrera and Giovanni Monzon