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Exile’ is Cuban artist José Ángel Vincench’s current art installation at the 11th Havana Biennial Art Exhibition which is held every two years in Cuba, and is aimed at promoting “Third World” contemporary art, giving voice to unheard and ignored artists.

 

Vincench’s five mobile homes spell out the word ‘exile’, and the empty trailers symbolically represent individuals who live outside of their own country either due to politics, censorship, or just for personal reasons such as income to support families left behind in their home country.

 

The ‘Exile’ Exhibit is part of Vincench’s ‘las casas bonitas tienen familia‘, and will be shown at the 11th Havana Biennial Art Exhibition, Cuba until June 11th, 2012.

Other world artists, especially Latin American and Caribbean, will have their work on display. The theme of the 11th Havana Biennial Art Exhibition is the behavior of the relationship between visual productions and social imagery, in how people imagine their social space and express themselves through cultural and historical references.

Visit: José Ángel Vincench

Via DesignBoom

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