The work of Cuban artist Angel Alonso will be presented at the Latin American art exhibition Masters of the Imagination, to be held in New York from September 16 to October 6, 2014.
Masters of the Imagination is a group exhibition that has had previous issues and is a specific proposal by the Agora Gallery to show the work of Latin American artists that are part of its catalog.
Agora Gallery is an art gallery founded in 1984 that is dedicated to promoting American and international artists that foster social awareness and promote the use of art to help those in need. The institution also publishes the ARTisSpectrum magazine and sponsors ARTmine.com.
For Angel Alonso, is significant opportunity to be at the exhibition: “This is an elegant gallery, glamorous, very connected to collectors everywhere (…). They do everything with much preparation time, is a highly organized long process, resulting in an opening full of people really connected with the art world, “he told OnCuba.
Alonso’s work has been exhibited in countries like Italy, Spain, Mexico, Brazil and the United States. Earlier, in the 90s, the Center for Cuban Studies presented his work along many Cuban artists in the Metropolitan New York Book Center.
Masters of the Imagination offers a unique possibility of promotion, Angel Alonso acknowledges, “it can lead to new opportunities from the cultural point of view and from the commercial too. I’m sure that through Agora Gallery many curators, experts and viewers will know my work. “