Rogelio López Marín, “Gory”: Notes for a Retrospective (1975-2015)

From November 21, 2015 to January 16, 2016

Composed by paintings, intervened photographs and documentary images belonging to private collections and the archives of the author, the exhibition proposes an anthological study of his work from the intersection of various strategic and conceptual instances: painting as an aesthetic exercise of existential reaffirmation; the practice of photography and the use of the archive as vehicles for articulations of new constructions about the real; and finally Rock music (…)


Rites of Passage: Selections of Cuban Contemporary Photography

August 12th- 16th, 2015.

Photo Lima 2015

With (in alphabetic order) Juan Carlos Alom, Raúl Cañibano, Willy Castellanos, Javier Castro, Juan Si González, Cristóbal Herrera-Ulaskevich, Rogelio López Marín (Gory), Maritza Molina, Eduardo Muñoz Ordoqui, Geandy Pavón, René Peña, Martha María Pérez Bravo, and Mabel Poblet
Aluna Art Foundation and Focus Locus presented a thematic exhibition in “Lima Photo 2015”, celebrated at the Centro de la Imagen (CI) of the Peruvian capital, between August 12th and 16th 2015.


Arte Factum/Fictions: Viviana Zargón

June 13th to September 12th 2015

Curated by Aluna Curatorial Collective

In Viviana Zargón´s artworks the borders are changeable and the viewer confuses the lines between fiction and reality, and between photography and painting, even if there are signs that warn of mimetic illusion that leads us to question the act of representation and its subjective social crossings.
In the sixties, Gerhard Ritcher had already thrown us to a gray area where painting is dominated by photography and replicated it in fascinating portraits (…)

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Exodus: Alternate Documents

Sept. 11th to Nov. 13th/2014

Curated by Aluna Curatorial Collective at Centro Cultural Español de Miami (CCEMiami)
Willy Castellanos
Guest Artists: Coco Fusco, Juan Si Gonzalez and Manuel A. Zapata

A project of reflection on the phenomenon of emigration and large human displacements. The proposal of Aluna Curatorial Collective starts with the creation of a setting that displaces the limits of documental photography, and transforms it into an open exercise for the recovery of collective memory in Miami (…)


Raúl Cañibano: The Island Re-Portrayed. A retrospective vision (1992-2012)

From March 9th to May 20th/2013 at Aluna Art Foundation

Cañibano’s gaze redefined the image of the common man in the Cuba at the crossroads of the centuries, shifting the concept of reality towards areas that were not stamped with the heroic view (…)