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Jorge Luis Santos

Born in Havana, Cuba, Santos is a self-taught artist.

Much of his work is influenced by his surrounding environment and found objects, particularly, by the relationship between space and depth, presence and absence, the seen and unseen.

Layers of materials are built up to create depth and movement. Each layer applied by the artist on the canvas is a catalyst to the ultimate creation of his process. This implied definition of space, grounds his craft to a sense of an indistinct realm where a kind of blurred imagery articulates an evocative energy sought to awaken the viewer’s perception.

Santos’s neo-expressionist oeuvre, which combines abstraction, text and figuration, draws great inspiration from artists such as Jean-Michel Basquiat, whose revolutionary work was among the first to include graffiti and text based elements as integral components of the composition.

Jorge Luis Santos’s work is as much visual as it is visceral. In his artistry, there is not only form, color, line and a wealth of textured surfaces but also, a free passage of design. With an intuitive exploration of visual language, the artist works using a wide range of materials, delving into abstraction, concrete art, abstract-expressionism, collage, and exploratory techniques in mixed-media art.

A careful look at his many-layered compositions reveals a fine line into forms that are purely conceptual or expressions that have a somewhat referential nature. It is clear that, essentially, the ultimate intention of his work is to provoke an emotional response.

The artist has had various one person exhibitions in Havana, Miami and Italy. He has participated in group shows in Havana, New York, Spain and Italy. His works are part of public and private collections in Cuba, the United States, France, Italy, Sweden, Austria, Holland and the Dominican Republic.

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"Serie: Vingo." Signed and dated 2015 on verso with title. 20 x 20"

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Jorge Luis Santos: Manchas de Zapatos | Antonio Adriano Puleo: Four Fours, a subsequent work and small sculptures. 👀

Lowell Ryan Projects ✨

4619 West Washington Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90016

Jan 09, 12 PM - 6 PM — ends Feb 27, 2021

Jorge Luis Santos: Manchas de Zapatos

www.lowellryanprojects.com/jorge-luis-santos-manchas-de-zapatos

Lowell Ryan Projects is pleased to present Manchas de Zapatos, a solo show by the Cuban artist Jorge Luis Santos. The exhibition will feature a body of his most recent abstract work, including seven monumental canvases and paintings from his Rojo series. Working on multiple pieces at the same time (arranged sometimes on the floor, other times on the wall), Santos wields paint like an extension of himself, and it is not uncommon to find shoe prints, handmade gestures, and stains alongside brush strokes in his works.

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Antonio Adriano Puleo: Four Fours, a subsequent work and small sculptures.

www.lowellryanprojects.com/antonio-adriano-puleo-four-fours-a-subsequent-work-and-small-sculptures

Lowell Ryan Projects is pleased to present a solo show by Antonio Adriano Puleo: Four Fours, a subsequent work and small sculptures. As the title suggests, the exhibition will feature a grid of sixteen intimately-sized paintings (arranged in a 4x4 grid), one larger painting, and numerous sculptures. The pieces are abstract geometric arrangements of form and color—Puleo’s process favors interconnectedness, softening the traditionally strict delineation between works. That is, he does not finish one piece and set it aside to start another; instead he considers each “finished” piece to be a study for the next. This lends the intimately sized work an almost orchestral sense of grandiosity––one achieved not by any singular gesture but rather through resonance.

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"Serie: Pintura y Papel." Signed and dated 2015 on verso with title. 20 x 20"

Jorge Luis Santos (contemporary Cuban Artist)- Mixed Media On Canvas In Blue #68659. Black Rock Galleries provides high end estate liquidation services through online estate auctions and a 50,000 sq ft designer showroom. estate liquidator, estate sale, online auction, antiques, fine art, liquidation, clean outs, auction, consignment, interior design, fine jewelry, collectibles, appraisals, estate appraisals, estate services, decor, furniture, furniture consignment, antique center, consignment shop. We offer appraisal services and specialize in fine art, jewelry, antiques and decorative arts. Sell with us. Black Rock Galleries is the tri-state's largest estate liquidator serving New England and the greater New York City area. We are the trusted source for expert appraisals, auction services, estate sales, and consignments. Black Rock Galleries is the east coast's largest and most trusted estate liquidator, with locations in Connecticut, greater Boston, MA and Raleigh, NC, Dallas, Apex, TX. We are the best source for expert appraisals, auction services, estate sales and consignments. We have served thousands of families and estates with compassion, professionalism and expertise. BRG works with attorneys, executors, realtors and families to bring the greatest return on personal and estate property in the current market. Our unique combination of services make us the easy choice to get the job done in a timely and stress-free manner. We are with you from the initial consultation to the final clean out. Our house-built online auction software platform offers clients a dynamic approach to liquidating their personal property. This venue is most successful in bringing the best return with the least amount of disruption for our clients. See our services page for a complete description of this offering. Jorge Luis Santos (contemporary Cuban Artist)- Mixed Media On Canvas In Blue #68659

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Jorge Luis Santos, Manchas de Zapatos

Lowell Ryan Projects is pleased to present Manchas de Zapatos, a solo show by the Cuban artist Jorge Luis Santos. The exhibition features a body of his most recent abstract work, including seven monumental canvases and paintings from his Rojo series. Working on multiple pieces at the same time (arranged sometimes on the floor, other times on the wall), Santos wields paint like an extension of himself, and it is not uncommon to find shoe prints, handmade gestures, and stains alongside brush strokes in his works.

While this is not a new process for Santos, who is by now considered one of Cuba’s foremost abstractionists, the works included in Manchas de Zapatos mark an exciting new direction for him, inspired by a 2016 relocation to Miami. Most notably, in place of the more somber color schemes seen in his earlier works, Santos now embraces a more exuberant palette. The result is work that feels viscerally celebratory––an affirmation of joy’s resurgence.  

Throughout his career, Jorge Luis Santos has proved himself something of an anomaly; within Cuba’s predominantly figurative art landscape, he developed an early and enduring commitment to abstraction. On the one hand, this has allowed Santos to subvert the aesthetic expectations of politicization so often imposed on art coming out of Cuba. At the same time, if every creative act is inherently political, perhaps none is more radical than abstraction­­––an artistic register that injects the individual (with all the emotional and psychological complexities therein) into every mark on the canvas.

While living in Cuba, that expressionistic range often revolved around the urban landscape. White, black and ochre dominated his canvases, which often had a texture reminiscent of stucco or cement; and in many works, scrawled numbers and letters were faintly visible, like old graffiti on the side of a building. Then in 2016, Santos came to the States in a cultural exchange program, and began to witness a sea change in paintings, a liberation of color and mark, leading to the works he produced for this exhibition.

Manchas de Zapatos, the title of the show, literally translates to “shoe stains,” but what the idiom refers to is individuality, to taking your own path. Santos has managed to remain intrepid his whole career, always searching out the unknown. After many years at work he’s found something new––joy––and in our current moment, a testament to joy’s resilience has never been more necessary. 

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