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ALEXIS ESQUIVEL

Alexis Esquivel

Alexis Esquivel (b. 1968 Cuba) is a prominent Cuban artist who uses painting, installation, performance or video art as a means of examining and taking part in the increasingly urgent debate on the relationships of power and race in society. He curated Queloides 1 and holds a masters in art education from the Instituto Superior Pedagógico, Havana. He has been a visiting artist at Tufts University, Boston, and the University of Georgia, Athens.

Urban Sarayeye VAPROR - 2059, Automatic Vehicle to Collect Religious Offerings

Urban Sarayeye VAPROR - 2059, Automatic Vehicle to Collect Religious Offerings - Alexis Esquivel

Manual for the Reduction and Expansion of Heads

Manual for the Reduction and Expansion of Heads - Alexis Esquivel

Smile, you won!

Smile, you won! - Alexis Esquivel

Mitochondrial Democracy

Mitochondrial Democracy - Alexis Esquivel

Postcolonial Hero

Postcolonial Hero - Alexis Esquivel

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