b. 1965, Havana, Cuba
Felipe Dulzaides is an artist that through an experimental combination of video, performance, sculpture, sound, photography, drawing, public art, and installation explores a wide range of themes such as chance, crossovers, cultural displacement, the poetic absurdity in between spaces, and metaphorical thinking. Since 2001 he has had numerous solo shows, participated in several biennale events and international group exhibitions.
Dulzaides has received numerous awards including the Rome Prize, Art Matters, Creative Work Fund, Artadia, Graham Foundation and the Cintas Fellowship. He was born in Havana into a family of renowned writers and musicians. His father, with whom he shares the same name, was a pianist and a band leader that had an important role for the development of Latin jazz in Havana.
- El gran arte de una pequeña isla
- Artists, Institutions, and “The Lost Generation”: Dialogues in Cuban Art, Part 2
- Dialogues in Cuban Art: An Exchange Program Between Havana and Miami
- Dialogues in Cuban Art tour and symposium connect artists in Cuba and Miami
- Miami museum hosts two-day symposium on Cuban art
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