1994-1996, A/P gelatin silver print 15 x 19 1/2’’
1995, A/P from the series Ojos que te vieron ir gelatin silver print 17 1/4 x 13 1/2”
Con cariño de la voz de la experiencia, c.1999, A/P gelatin silver print 17 x 13 1/8”
Uno vez abierto el envase, consérvese en frigorífico, 1999, 5/10 from the series Metálica gelatin silver print 17 x 11 1/4”
Consumir preferentemente antes los 30 años de fabricación, 2013, 5/10 from the series Metálica gelatin silver print 17 x 12”
La señorita Chinaski sobre la mesa de estar, c. 2008, 2/5 from the series Pie de la vaca digital print 14 1/2 x 22 1/2’’
2009, 1/5 from the series Con el empeine al reves digital print 12 x 17 3/4”
In Havana, in the early 1990s, Cuban art emerged out of the blue onto the world market. I had just started working and still didn’t know how to make a living from it, since my work dealt fully with illustrated personal stories. I came from theater, where everything—or almost everything, was done based on a love for the art. Then Metálica emerged, a series in which I made metallic elements to stick on my body. Metallic not just because of the metallic value of money, but also for that heavy metal group that we all know, and that, in my youth, distanced me from my friends. In those days I couldn’t stand them (Metallica): but today I can.