Art Exhibitions

  • 3/11/19
    On January 31, 2019, the Binghamton University Art Museum opened the exhibition, Visions and Imagination: Cuban American and Argentinian Art. The show features paintings and drawings by leading contemporary Argentinian and Cuban-American artists who address various aspects of their personal experience, identity and philosophy, as well as cultural history, literature, politics and music in their work. 
  • 2/17/16
    From September to December, 2015, the University of Miami will host an art exhibition of Carlos Estévez's installation, Bottles to the Sea.  In September, 2015, SUNY Press will publish a book that will serve both as a catalogue of the exhibition and a commentary on the significance of the installation. 
  • 8/28/15
    The traveling exhibition, Painting Borges: Philosophy Interpreting Art Interpreting Literature, consists of a collection of paintings, drawings, etchings, and mixed media works created by 16 artists that interpret twelve stories by the Argentinian writer, Jorge Luis Borges. From 2010 to 2014, the exhibition traveled to nine galleries in Argentina and the United States. The exhibition, curated by Jorge J. E. Gracia, was sponsored by the Samuel P. Capen Chair in Philosophy and Comparative Literature and the University at Buffalo Anderson Gallery.
  • 8/27/15
    This was a mid-career exhibition of the work of Carlos Estévez. It included paintings, drawings, sculptures, and an installation. His art is a laboratory of sorts, an observation platform. The mind behind the work is as fascinated with new discoveries as those of Renaissance and Enlightenment scientists and explorers.
  • 7/13/15
    This exhibition took place at the main gallery of the University at Buffalo. It included work from many living Cuban artists who reside in the United States. Work from three collections were exhibited: the collection of art historian Lynette Bosch, the institutional collection of Lehigh University, and the collection of philosopher Jorge Gracia. From Buffalo, the collection traveled to the College of the Holy Cross. The exhibition explored the ways different collectors collect art that is focused on questions of ethnic identity.  
  • 9/15/17
    This project is about Cuban artists who work, or have worked for significant periods of time, outside of Cuba, and primarily on artists who were active at the time this project was initiated (2006). Its focus is on painting, although some drawing, sculpture and photography-based art is also  included.