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ArteMorfosis - Cuban Art Platform

A Journey Into Abstraction
VR Exhibition

Group Exhibition

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**Abstract:** Cuban abstraction in art has its roots in the early 20th century and gained prominence in the 1950s. This form of expression remains significant in contemporary art, with artists diversifying and keeping it vibrant. The exhibition "A Journey Into Absraction" at the ArteMorfosis Event Rooms features works by Julia Valdés, Enrique Báster, José Omar Torres, and José Ángel Vincench, presenting an eclectic mosaic of aesthetic and conceptual perspectives. The exhibition aims to showcase each artist's unique creativity, using a common pictorial language to convey personal concerns and contextual reflections. Abstract art has the power to evoke emotions and broaden perceptions, offering a sensory experience that engages viewers and invites them to uncover hidden meanings.