Art Studio by Marcel Molina. Grown in the productive environment of what was our main economic line, the young artist Marcel Molina, has made the reconversion of the sugar industry and the dismantling of the plants a kind of leitmotiv in his work, characterized by an impressive technical skill.
In this way, from a contemporary interpretation, Molina brings back to xylographic engraving a theme that in the 19th century occupied an important space in that expression of the visual arts, mainly with the book Los ingenios en Cuba, by Eduardo Laplante.
In the ten works that are now exhibited and that includes an installation, highlights Naked Time, set of 19 xylographic pieces composed of a locomotive with its corresponding wagons, which "leads" the visitor from the entrance to the exhibition hall.
Also outstanding as a novel element in the work of this author Detritus in memory, drawing made on wood by the application of fire based oxygen and acetylene.
Calle Villegas No 114B, e/ O'Relly y San Juan de Dios, Habana Vieja.