1970 Cuba POP ART Original by UMBERTO PENA Lithograph #3/9 Rare Cuban Fine. Created in 1970 under the Cuban Revolution, Pena was a pioneer with his explicit art theme and visions. Very rare example of his incredible work. 28x20 inches or 71x50 centimeters.
Peña's lithographs convey the ironic elegance of the phallic. They are celebrations in which semen, saliva, and multiple orifices also participate. There is in them an enjoyment of the masculine, as the line traces the architecture of anger, the graphism of a violent and vociferous carnality, even as the poetry names, almost delicately on occasions, each of the scenes where the power and ferocity of battle could be observed. Umberto Peña (Born 1937) Havana , Cuba is a painter and graphic designer. In 1961 he began working as a designer in the Department of Propaganda of the National Council of Culture, while doing work for the Cuban National Commission of UNESCO.
In July 1964, he made his first personal exhibition at the Association of Cuban Engravers, under the title of 12 Lithographs. His activity in graphic design began in 1963, when he started working at Casa de las Américas. In 1965 he redefined the design of existing collections (Prize, Latin American Literature, House Notebooks, Our Countries), as well as the Casa de las Américas magazine. Condition; very good with just minor wear. The item "1970 Cuba POP ART Original by UMBERTO PENA Lithograph #3/9 Rare Cuban Fine" is in sale since Tuesday, October 1, 2019.
This item is in the category "Art\Art Prints". The seller is "old_world_collectibles" and is located in Belleville, Ontario. This item can be shipped worldwide.