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Hugo Michel Hernández at [email protected]/Farside Gallery

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His body of work focuses on the duality of meaning in reclaimed objects and images.

[email protected] presents "Carving Up", an exhibition by Hugo Michel Hernández. His body of work focuses on the duality of meaning in reclaimed objects and images. The paintings, drawings, and installation work are research oriented-projects informed by various interrelated sources including cultural history, architecture, language, and literature.

Hernández is a painter and professor currently living in Cambridge, Massachussetts. He currently holds a professorial position in Humanities and Art History at Miami Dade College.

Don’t miss out his “Carving Up”  exhibition at [email protected] at the Farside Gallery!

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