Camagüey, Jan. 16 - For a month, naive art will fill the exhibition hall of the NicolásGuillén Batista Study Center, in this city, with 12 paintings by artists from Camaguey, including Yailim Toledo Cabarcos, belonging to the Isabel de las Mercedes cultural project.
Two of her works: Girl illuminating the day, and Memory of Montecarlos, belonging to a series in project. The essence are childhood and family memories, which Yailim wants to exhibit one day in a personal show.
This piano teacher at the University of the Arts in Camagüey, in addition to painting, studies the presence of women in naive art, which, like her, make that manifestation in Camagüey, a reflection of Cubanness, tradition and a way to catch stories that stimulate the new generation of plastic artists in the province. (Text and audio: Yusarys Benito Deliano / Radio Cadena Agramonte) (Photo: Archive)