The Alcázar Studio, located on the corner of Reina and Manrique streets, is an alternative art space where we can perceive the works of artists William Perez and Marlys Fuego. Both, founders of the site in 2010, have implemented an own environment that maintains the spirit of the workshop, qualified by the story of an old building (originally pharmacy) of Centro Habana.
The pieces that you can appreciate there generally coincide with the latest production of these artists; but you can also see specific works of other stages of its creation. William Perez is an excellent sculptor and drawer artist who has designed a line of work where scratched, flamed and illuminated acrylics are essential elements in his work. Meanwhile, Marlys Fuego manages to capture the space with a young, attractive and irreverent visuality.
She deploys her experience in painting and other art forms to thereby create, while revealing the complex universe of sexuality, eroticism and notions of gender. The proposals of both show the rich and diverse scenery that characterizes the current Cuban art.
If you want to visit the studio you must make an appointment in advance using the contact information
Reina #219 and Manrique. Centro Habana, La Habana.
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