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Jose Hidalgo

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About Jose Hidalgo
Born in Cuba, 1965

Currently resides in Miami


Fine Artist - painting, sculpture, engraving, print, installation and multimedia work

A professional artist with an extensive and recognized work in countries like Spain, US, Germany, Italy, and the United Kingdom.


Art Miami - Miami, FL

51st Venetia Biennale - Pavilion Arts Mart, Venetia

Institute of Contemporary of Art - London, UK

“Asalto al cielo” International Festival of Video Art - Barcelona, Spain

European Art Media Festival, Hamburg, Germany

International Art Fair - Hamburg, Germany

9th Biennale de la Habana - Havana, Cuba

¨La casa está imposible¨. (Lo inhabitable) 8th Bienal de la Habana - Havana, Cuba

“Medio y Fin¨ Public Performance - Burgos, Spain

¨La Trampa¨. Public Performance - Burgos, Spain

¨Quien bien te quiere, no te hará llorar.” Art Against Gender Violence - Burgos, Spain

Recent Acquisitions

Discovery Chanel Collection - Miami, FL

Rockefeller Foundation Collection, New York, NY

Cuban Artists Fund Collection - New York, NY

Reina Sofia Museum - Madrid, Spain

Cristina Osorio Collection - London, UK

Art Museum Hamburg - Hamburg, Germany

Contemporary Art Museum - Burgos, Spain

El Corte Ingles Collection - Madrid, Spain

Coca Cola Collection - Madrid, Spain
Artist Statement

Artist Statement

¨Chaos is a friend of mine¨

Bob Dylan

The Idea

At present, my art work is based on the balance between unknown and uncontrollable chaos and geometry, perspective, order, harmony, equilibrium and the beauty of color. The work explores the relationship between the light and form, colors and textures. I first internalize this fusion and re-codification in a playful process in order to generate a language of personal communication that is filled with aesthetic and dreamlike sensations. This enables me to express the fears and misgivings that humankind faces today. My works reflect the contrast of a chaotic and visually-contaminated world with the purity of natural beauty.

The Game

My day-to-day activity in the studio, and my work as an artist, put me in a state of alertness, and, simultaneously, of relaxation wherein everything flows as in an intimate exercise of pure enjoyment and anguish that results in the creation of an art object, be it a painting or a sculpture. The creative process in me is filled with worries and interests that affect me personally. From the very beginning, my work has been a tool for introspection that has allowed me to navigate between my emotions, my obsessions, and my internal conflicts, all of which end up transformed into art.