Turquesa en la Prado by Victoria Montoro Zamorano
The exhibit, free to the public, is open from 9am - 5pm Monday - Friday. There will also be a special reception with the artist from 6-8pm on July 13.
La Herida by Victoria Montoro Zamorano
I'm looking forward to going to both - quietly sometime during the next week, and also for the reception to meet the photographer.
La casa Rosada by Victoria Montoro Zamorano
"The buildings are presented without sentiment. You see peeling paint, broken windows, makeshift repairs and laundry hung out to dry. But you also see works of surpassing beauty, with extraordinary architectural ornament — pilasters, pediments, brackets, friezes, columns, arches, balustrades, rosettes, medallions, gargoyles. In almost every image there is a person, or an object, to give a sense of the grandness of these buildings, of their imposing scale. They are presented not so much as a fashion parade of important buildings but more as a semi-anonymous (some buildings are identified, but others are neither named nor located) collection in which the whole is indeed more than the proverbial sum of parts, just as Havana is." Read more at The Miami Herald.
El Balcon by Victoria Montoro Zamorano
The images really spoke to my heart, probably most of all because Havana, Cuba is where my father was from. If you're in Miami, this would definitely be a worth while exhibit to go see.