REPEATING ISLANDS | Jul 31, 2017 | New York-based artist Ofill Echevarria interviewed in Berlin after just having presented ‘In Situ’, his last exhibition in Valencia, Spain.
The path of time and the high speed in which we live nowadays are the main themes in Ofill Echevarria’s both, Paintings and Moving Pictures. A critical and particular point of view regarding the way we spend our lives; especially if we are living in faster living cities such as New York.
But what is most significant in the art of Ofill -as once said Thomas Morin, an expert on Latin American Study Program at URI, where the Cuban born artist exhibited first time in the USA- is the idea that political and social dogma of any stripe cannot counterbalance the inevitability of transformation and refraction.
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