The Redundancy of the Pendulum by Cuban Artist Jose Gascon


Photo Feature by Regina Cano

HAVANA TIMES – Evolving from a first work and making more complex the expression of his thought – Cuban artist Jose Clemente Gascon Martinez brings us his new abstract painting exposition: “The Redundancy of the Pendulum”.

The show is up through Sunday July 14th, so you still have the weekend to go see it and it is well worth the trip to the Fajad Jamis Gallery in Alamar on the outskirts of Havana.

Gascon, a painter, pedagogue and  art critic, says the collection is inspired by the “enigmas and secrets present in the social imaginaries, a product of the secret societies that man has created… in an effort to find solutions to conflicts, interpret life and arrange a way to explain the world.

The Fajad Jamis Gallery is located at: Avenida de los Cocos, Zona 7, Alamar.  Its landline telephone number is: 7765-3253

The artist can be reached at [email protected]

Click on the thumbnails below to view all the photos in this gallery. On your PC or laptop, you can use the directional arrows on the keyboard to move within the gallery. On cell phones use the keys on the screen.

Regina Cano

Regina Cano: I have lived my entire life in Havana, Cuba – the island from which I’ve still never left, and which I love. I was born on September 9, and my parents chose my name out of superstition, but my mother raised me outside the religion professed by her family. I studied accounting and finance at the University of Havana, a profession that I’m not engaged in for the time being, and that I substituted for doing crafts, some ceramics, and studying a little English and about painting. Ah! – concerning my picture: I identify with Rastafarian principles, but I am not one of them. I wear this cap from time to time, but I assure you I just didn't have a better picture.

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