Antonio Vidal-Fernandez

Born in Havana in 1928, began his studies at the Academy Villate and founded by a group of artists, the Group of Eleven, in 1953, to find innovative means a more contemporary expression to break with everything that preceded them, wanting to do something different and to be distinguished in Cuban art.
His first exhibition took place in 1952 with his contemporary Guido Llinás, Manuel Vidal Antonia Eiriz and in the halls of the CTC.
In the 60s he founded the Taller Experimental de Grafica, an experience that allowed him to develop a wide range of his work within the lithographic technique. In the years presented in the VI Bienal de Sao Paulo and Mexico Biennial II

Untitled  1973

Ink on paper

19” x 12.5”

Beautifully framed, UV glass w/archival matting