A MEDIAS - Sombrilla y Sombrero by Antonio Martorell
Art from the Antonio Martorell "Sombra, sombrilla y sombrero" exhibit featuring an old school hat and parasol against a bold blue. In his own words: 'It occurred to me that not only do the three words (in spanish) begin with the same syllable, but in these times of hurricanes, promises, meetings and "juntas", you have to protect yourself from everything that comes from above"
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Antonio Martorell is a printmaker, painter, draftsman, installation artist, stage and costume designer, writer, illustrator, and teacher. Martorell is one of the most prolific Puerto Rican artists of the late twentieth and early twenty-first century, and a direct heir of the graphic tradition initiated by the masters of the island’s “Fifties Generation.” Martorell’s prints and paintings communicate his freedom and exceptional creative talent. He is recognized for figurative compositions that show his commitment to portraiture, the written word, theater, playfulness in all aspects of his creative life, and his incorporation of the sensory and the sensual into all his projects.