Boston-based photographer Abelardo Morell is a true jack of all photographic trades – and a master of every single one.
“View of Central Park Looking North – Fall, 2008”
Born in Havana, Cuba, Mr. Morell immigrated to the United States as a young adult, where he attended both Bowdoin College and Yale School of Art. A quick scan of his resumé reveals a lifetime of artistic achievements in the form of multiple exhibitions and awards from a multitude of international institutions. Continue reading →
Spanish artist Fernando Vincente has adopted a very unique approach to portraiture in incorporating cartography and geography into his “Atlas” series. To achieve the finished product, Mr. Vincente gathered old maps which he then painted over with semi-transluscent layers of acrylic paint into portraits of humans, animals and skulls. Continue reading →
A recent article published in Saudi Aramco’s World publication details the history and modern-day presence of Arab immigrants to Haiti in the creation and preservation of Haitian fine arts. Continue reading →