Irreversible Magazine Presents a Discussion on Contemporary Art with World Renowned Artists

Irreversible – An International Art Project- Limited Edition presentation and discussion with world-renowned art critic, scholar and Pulitzer Prize-nominated poet Ricardo Pau-Llosa:
Art and Prejudice: What Is The Real Truth? A discussion on Contemporary art by :
Pablo Cano, Alejandro Mendoza, Catherine Tafur & Tomas Esson

Miami, Fl January  2011-(Cap) IRREVERSIBLE:  An International Art Project will present a panel discussion moderated by world-renowned art critic, scholar and Pulitzer Prize-nominated poet Ricardo Pau-Llosa. His poetry and scholarly writings have appeared in a some of America’s most prestigious journals, including The American Poetry Review, the Kenyon Review, Sculpture and Arte al Dia. Born in Havana, Cuba Pau-Llosa’s work is informed by his personal story of immigration to the United States in 1960 at the age of 6 and his upbringing in the cultural melting pot of Miami in the city’s most turbulent decades.  Pau-Llosa’s Pulitzer Prize-nominated third book was the first major English-language published collection of poetry, which dealt with the history, art and literature of Cuba viewed through the eyes of a Cuban-American scholar.

©Pablo Cano Photo by Stephen Savage

Pablo Cano
“I create a dream world where inanimate objects come to life – springing from my imagination in the Surrealist tradition.  But my work is founded on Dada ideals.  The Dadaists used chance, spontaneity, and childlike innocence in order to create their statement.


Art and Prejudice: What Is The Real Truth?

February 11, from 8:00 pm
BOOKS & BOOKS
265 Aragon Avenue
Coral Gables, Fl

The panel reception is free and open to the public.

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