Month: July 2017

JCMAC Contributes to Hélio Oiticica’s retrospective at the Whitney Museum

The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York is presenting a major retrospective on the Brazilian artist Hélio Oiticica (1937-1980). It is the first show in the United States to survey Oiticica’s entire career and also one of the very few devoted to a foreign artist at the Whitney, an institution focused on the promotion of… Read more »

ARCAY Wifredo

Acclaimed by Jean Arp as “the perfection of Cuba’s Cubists,” Arcay emerged among the postwar generation of the Ecole de Paris as a painter, muralist and, perhaps most familiarly, as a printmaker. Born in Cuba and trained at Havana’s Academia de San Alejandro, Arcay arrived in Paris on a grant in 1949.  He assimilated quickly… Read more »