Constellations of the Memory

Constellations of the Memory | Stanley Consuegra

February 14 - 21, 2018

266 W 37th Street
New York, NY
(between 7th and 8th ave.)

Nearest Trains: A, C, E, 1, 2, 3
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Stanley Consuegra's artistic work is an exploration of and experimentation with the human memory. He finds the whole process of memory very interesting; the sensory part as well as the cognitive one. The episodic memory catches his attention in a very special way because it reveals complex personal elements of our lives, and in certain way it shows who we are. Consuegra uses imaginary backgrounds with cross-linked memory fragments, highlighting some elements in order to create a dialogue with the viewer. The images unconsciously register into his own memory, triggering his personal experiences and associations, leaving his interpretation open to suggestion.

About the Artist 

Stanley Consuegra (Consuegra Guerra) was born in 1974 in Cienfuegos, Cuba. During his childhood he took drawing and painting classes in the Lyceum of his hometown and later enrolled in the Elementary Fine Arts School of the same city. He moved to Havana to continue his professional studies in the National Fine Arts Academy of San Alejandro. He has worked as an illustrator and has offered drawing and painting workshops to children in Cuba and the United States. Many of his art works are part of private collections in Mexico, Spain, Canada, Holland, and the USA.

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