GERTRUDIS RIVALTASELECTED PAGES, 2022
This publication accompanies Gertrudis Rivalta's premiere solo exhibition at Thomas Nickles Project, Selected Pages. In sequined paintings and intricate paper doll dioramas, Cuban artist Gertrudis Rivalta uses the magazines of her youth to comment on the lived experiences of Black women in Cuban society.
Published in collaboration with New York University’s Hemispheric Institute.
Critical essay by Jacqueline Loss, Professor of Latin American and Caribbean Literary and Cultural Studies at the University of Connecticut.
64 Pages in Full Color
8.5"W x 8.5"H
ROCÍO GARCÍABELLAS FLORES DEL MAL, 2021
This publication accompanies Rocío García’s premiere solo exhibition at Thomas Nickles Project, Bellas Flores del Mal (Beautiful Flowers of Evil). Through scenes of secretly evolving intrigues, obscure mysteries, and unknown intimate stories, Rocío examines power, love, desire, sexuality, and violence with a focus on the double-edged subtlety in the conception of love: the sublime and the sinister.
49 Pages in Full Color
8.5"W x 8.5"H
SANDRA CORDEROPLANETA SANDRA, 2019
Published in concert with the first New York solo exhibition, Planeta Sandra, by Cuban artist Sandra Cordero in 2019. We join the artist on a journey of discovery to a world where precision cut, multi-layered and dimensional paper collages spring to life as the whimsical personalities that make up the thriving inhabitants of Planeta Sandra.
Notes from the artist and Critical Essay by Luis Ramaggio.
Glossy softcover contains English and Spanish texts.
69 pages in Full Color
8.5"W X 8.5"H
RONALD VILLEL ZORRO Y LA FLOR, 2020
Published in tandem with our gallery and online exhibition El Zorro Y La Flor. Wrestling with notions of ideal ways to spend time while in quarantine versus the reality of his everyday activities and anxieties, the El Zorro y La Flor series ebbs and flows in tone and style along with Ronald’s emotions as he processes his ever-changing environment in real time. As he shares with us these intimate visual diary entries made during a period of enforced confinement in Havana, he discovers and reveals to us a new facet of his expression.
70 Pages in Full Color
6.6"W x 10.25"H