Tuesday, July 19, 2016

The Orishas Exhibition at The Box Gallery The #1 on Palm Beach Post "To Do List!"

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Las Orishas de Cuba: The Saints of the Santeria Religion of Cuba
Fine Art Exhibition

West Palm Beach-The Box Gallery will be presenting  “ Las Orishas de Cuba” an exhibition of paintings and woodblocks by Cuban artist, Alberto Piloto Pedroso accompanied by a violin performance by Ernesto D’ Marquez at 7 p.m. opens with a reception on Friday, July 22, 2016 at 6 p.m.
The exhibition includes over 40 paintings and hundreds of woodblock prints created in the last 30 years of Piloto Pedroso’s career as a visual artist. 
Pedroso juggled a dual career as a ballet dancer for Fernando Alonso’s Ballet Company and as a visual artist in Camaguey, Cuba until he suffered and injury that ended one career and skyrocketed the other internationally. 

Piloto’s unique use of hypodermic needles to create accents and textures on his canvases has brought him much recognition among many collectors.

Exhibition opens with a reception on Friday, July 22, 2016 at 6 p.m.


The Box Gallery
811 Belvedere Road, 
West Palm Beach, Florida, 33405
Contact: 
786-521-1199

Exhibition Dates:

July 22-August 30, 2016
Gallery Hours:

Tuesday through Saturday from 11-6 p.m

"After 2 years of working with a Cuban emissary Alberto Torres representing me in Cuba, our effort to bring 4 complete series of paintings by Alberto Piloto Pedroso to the USA have been successful. Over 40 paintings and hundreds of woodblock prints created in the last 30 years of the artist career will be displayed at The Box Gallery from July 22 through August 30th, 2016.The Orishas of Cuba: The Saints of the Santeria Religion is an introduction to Cuba's African Diaspora and it's impact on the culture. I invite you to attend and enjoy the work while listening to one of Cuba's most celebrated violin performers, Ernesto D' Marquez live."
-R Barrero, curator 


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