July and August are, inevitably, the most summery months for Cubans, and although COVID-19 still appears as a danger, it will be necessary to accompany them with fun, walks, entertainment ..., without leaving the mask behind; reason for the group exhibition in Angerona Art Gallery, in Artemisa.
Three well known graphic humor artists joined: Brady Izquierdo from Mariel and Ángel Boligán from San Antonio , together with Arístides Hernández from Havana, who from the universality of their skills with art and humor, graphed how that small and utilitarian garment saves us from the pandemic that has killed millions of people worldwide.
¨Humor with mask¨, comes to our gallery to recreate, but without dissociating ourselves from the necessary thought in favor of individual protection. It opened its doors last Saturday with a minimum of attendees, rather I would say that among colleagues and directors of Culture, because it is not possible to crowd, but from Tuesday to Sunday it will be open to Artemisa´s inhabitants who want to spend the summer, think and laugh, always wearing the mask.
Denys San Jorge, director of the cultural institution, located at 33 street , between 50 and 48 streets , recognized the talent of the three artists, and of many others who were unstoppable in their work despite isolation, while inviting to feel in the exhibition a recognition to Public Health workers , who do not rest until we are safe from new coronavirus.
Together with the opening of Humor with mask , beaches, recreational and commercial entities in the province, including tourist facilities, they welcomed summer season, which with its own slogan , carries a lot of awareness, Summer for life.
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