(Julio Larraz, Campamento y Madrigales, 2015)

Tonight, Julio Larraz opens his first solo exhibition at the Chelsea gallery Ameringer McEnery Yohe. “Right now, I am still learning” says Julio, who is considered one of the most commercially successful Cuban-born artists. “As an artist my interest is in the reaction of the colors, the mixing of the colors. I am exploring new ways to compose a picture. The artist that turns his or her back on the learning process is ready for an artistic obituary.”

Read the rest of the interview by Howard Farber in CubanArtNews.org