Carlos Estevez

born 1969, Cuba

Carlos Estévez

Transeúnte elaborando un plan de autoevacuación [Transient Elaborating an Exit Plan], 2017

Oil, tempera and watercolor pencil on canvas

20h in

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Carlos Estévez

Transeúnte arriesgándolo todo [Transient Risking it All], 2017

Oil, tempera and watercolor pencil on canvas

20h in

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Carlos Estévez

Inmanencia Transparente, 2012

Oil and watercolor pencil on canvas

60.5 Diameter

 

Carlos Estévez

Mysterious Ways, 2015

Oil and watercolor pencil on canvas

97h x 85w in

 

Carlos Estévez

Traditional Neighborhood Development, 2015

Oil and watercolor pencil on linen

40h x 60w in

 

Carlos Estévez

Self-Fulfilling Prophecy, 2012

Smoke, watercolor, oil on canvas

50h x 120w in

 

Carlos Estévez
Amores Silentes, 2015
Tempera and watercolor pencil on paper
15 1/2h x 18w in

Carlos Estévez

Transeúnte transformandose en su propia audencia [Transient Transforming Into His Own Audience], 2016

Oil and watercolor pencil on canvas

20h x 24w in

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Biography

Biography

Carlos Estévez’s work, which spans more than 30 years, explores the complex relationship between man and the universe, and reflects his lifelong passion for creating art with a philosophical profile. Estévez masterfully weaves themes of the human experience, history, culture and anatomy, resulting in work that is both mythical and surrealist in nature. His recent installation, Bottles to the Sea, is an intricate, complex project exploring communication in the form of a message from the artist to an unknown person in an unpredictable place and time.

Carlos Estévez (1969) was born in Havana, Cuba and currently lives and works in Miami. His education began at the Escuela Elemental de Artes Plásticas, continued at the San Alejandro Academy of Fine Arts, and was completed at the Instituto Superior de Arte in Havana in 1992, where he received his Bachelor of Fine Arts. His work in painting, drawing, sculpture and installations has received international praise, notably the Grand Prize in the First Salon of Contemporary Cuban Art in 1995. He has been featured in numerous solo exhibitions at prestigious institutions such as the Fine Art Museum in Havana, Cuba, The Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum at Florida International University, and the Center of Contemporary Art in New Orleans, Louisiana. His works may also be found in public and private collections worldwide, including the National Museum of Fine Arts in Havana, The Ludwig Forum in Aachen, Germany, The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and the Perez Art Museum in Miami, Florida.

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