Take Away NYC OPen Studio Humberto Díaz

Sunday, November 8, 3-5pm, at The Bronx Museum of the Arts and The Andrew Freedman Home.

Humberto Diaz unveils new artworks created during his artist residency at the Bronx Museum at two locations: the Bronx Museum (2nd Floor North Wing) and the Andrew Freedman Home (2nd Floor studio).

The residency is part of the cultural exchange initiative Wild Noise: Artwork from The Bronx Museum of the Arts and El Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, organized with El Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Havana, Cuba.

Wild Noise: Bronx/Havana is a collections-based collaboration representing the first-ever museum-to-museum exchange between a U.S. and Cuban museum, focusing on art from the 1960s to the present. Artworks from El Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes will be on view at the Bronx Museum in fall 2016, alongside a new installation by Humberto Diaz.


Bronx Museum Museum Hours

Wednesday 11am–6pm

Thursday 11am–6pm

Friday 11am–8pm

Saturday 11am–6pm

Sunday 11am–6pm



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PRÓXIMAS EXPOSICIONES: Devenir Animal, Devenir Intenso, Devenir Imperceptible

 "Devenir Animal, Devenir Intenso, Devenir Imperceptible", exposición colectiva de arte contemporáneo cubano.

Sábado 10 de octubre a las 7:00 PM, en el espacio FotoFAC - Fábrica de Arte Cubano.


Adolfo Izquierdo / Adonis Flores / Adrián Fernández / Ailen Maleta / Alejandro González / Carlos Otero / Eduardo Muñoz Ordoqui / Enrique Rottenberg / Esterio Segura / Fernando Rodríguez / Grethell Rasúa / Humberto Díaz / Javier Bobadilla / Jennnifer J. Rico / Jorge Félix /  José Luis Álvarez Pupo / Leandro Feal / Liudmila & Nelson / Mabel Poblet / María Cienfuegos / Meira & Toirac / Rene Peña / Ronald Vill / Susana Pilar / Yomer Montejo / Yusnier Mentado

NOTICIA: Humberto Díaz: from instinct to lucidity



By Ricardo Alberto Pérez                      

The work of the visual artist Humberto Díaz (Cienfuegos, 1975) is considered to be one of the most interesting propositions of current Cuban art. With patience and depth, he first produces labyrinths and then he arranges the necessary substance within them. His largest pieces require time to complete and the artist neither hurries nor makes a false move.

Complete review here.