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Oil Painting by Maximo Caminero







Oil Painting by Maximo Caminero


Overview:
Oil Painting on Linen with blacks and Yellow as dominant colors Maximo Caminero was born in Dominican Republic in 1962 His work is supported in the ancestral Taino culture The versatility of his paintings goes through the Caribbean horizon touching without hiding the African legacy His work does not have the spiritual and religious support that other renounced artists like Wilfredo Lam or Jose Bedia had He only captures the physical essence of faraway desires Supported by a number of critics of prestige his works have been auctioned in notable Auction houses in America and several pieces have been acquired by North American museums Oil on Canvas by infamous artist Maximo Caminero who was born in Dominican Republic and has an art career that spans 30 years Máximo Caminero protest In February 2014 a local Floridian artist Máximo Caminero destroyed a coloured vase by the Chinese artist Ai Weiwei in protest at Pérez Art Museum Miamis lack of displays by local artists The value of the vase was estimated at $1 million Caminero was subsequently arrested and charged with criminal mischief Pérez Art Museum Miami PAMM

Description:
Oil Painting on Linen with blacks and Yellow as dominant colors Maximo Caminero was born in Dominican Republic in 1962 His work is supported in the ancestral Taino culture The versatility of his paintings goes through the Caribbean horizon touching without hiding the African legacy His work does not have the spiritual and religious support that other renounced artists like Wilfredo Lam or Jose Bedia had He only captures the physical essence of faraway desires Supported by a number of critics of prestige his works have been auctioned in notable Auction houses in America and several pieces have been acquired by North American museums Oil on Canvas by infamous artist Maximo Caminero who was born in Dominican Republic and has an art career that spans 30 years Máximo Caminero protest In February 2014 a local Floridian artist Máximo Caminero destroyed a coloured vase by the Chinese artist Ai Weiwei in protest at Pérez Art Museum Miamis lack of displays by local artists The value of the vase was estimated at $1 million Caminero was subsequently arrested and charged with criminal mischief Pérez Art Museum Miami PAMM

Sale Price: $18,600


Width / Length: 75


Height: 75


Dealer Reference: jf673625r355

Dealer Information:
JF Gallery
3901 South Dixie Highway
West Palm Beach, FL, 33405
United States
Phone: 561-478-8281
Fax: 561-478-7660
Email: info@jfgallery.com



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