Cuban Masters and Cuban Contemporary Art
Cundo BermÃºdez, Carlos Alfonzo, Mariano Rodriguez, RenÃ© Portocarrero, Victor Manuel, SandÃº DariÃ©, Agustin CÃ¡rdenas, Amelia PelÃ¡ez , Wifredo Lam, TomÃ¡s SÃ¡nchez, Salvador CorratgÃ©, Servando Cabrera Moreno, Pedro Pablo Oliva, Antonia Eiriz.
Roberto Matta, Juego de Vidrio, 1989, oil on canvas, 39 x 39 in.
Wifredo Lam, Untitled, 1972, oil on canvas, 20 x 27 in.
Salvador CorratgÃ©, Untitled No.4, 2013, acrylic on canvas, 36 x 48 in.
About Latin Art Core Gallery
Latin Art Core Core was founded in 2000 by Israel Moleiro in Little Havana, Miami. The gallery features historic and contemporary works by Cuban and Latin American artists, who range from mid-career artists to major art historical figures like Portocarrero, Lam and PelÃ¡ez. It exhibits, promotes, sells and offers appraisal services for visual art works from XIX and XX Centuries.
The gallery has a selected inventory of museum quality pieces that are also representatives of the best years of work of the each one of the artists: Cuban Masters as Cundo Bermudez, Carlos Alfonzo, Mariano Rodriguez, Rene Portocarrero, Victor Manuel, Agustin CÃ¡rdenas, Amelia Pelaez and Wifredo Lam, and also Contemporary Cuban artists as Tomas Sanchez, Salvador CorratgÃ©, Servando Cabrera Moreno, Pedro Pablo Oliva, and Antonia Eiriz.
Latin Art Core is a cultural icon interacting with the best of the artistic and cultural tradition in Miami. It is located in the heart of the historical district very well-known as â€œLittle Havanaâ€, also as Calle 8 in Spanish, inserted in the middle of the cultural crossroads that is Miami itself, surrounded by a cinemateque, restaurants, cafeterias, stores, cultural and community centers, and everything else reflecting the wide spectrum of ethnic backgrounds in Miami.