If art is your passion in life, but you try to avoid public places, virtual art is right up your alley. In case you are looking for some exhilarating experience, you should pay a visit to The ONE Museum and its current solo art show of the Cuban-American artist Frank Chinea Inguanzo, which features 40 notable paintings by the master. The exceptional talent of Frank Chinea Inguanzo combined with innovative 3D technologies makes this particular virtual exhibition a distinct work of art you do not want to miss.
Frank Chinea Inguanzo’s innovative solo art show at The ONE Museum
Frank Chinea Inguanzo is a Miami-based late neo-romantic painter loved for his subtle ability to recover the apocalyptic spirit of the 21st century through his inner vision. He is also the first permanent artist of The ONE Museum, where he now exhibits his works. Titled “Unforeseen Transition,” Frank Chinea Inguanzo’s solo art show opens new doors to understanding his artistic genius. The exhibition is divided into two parts: “The Years Before” and “The Time During…” It runs at the Museum through October 9, 2021.
When creating art pieces for “Unforeseen Transition,” Frank Chinea Inguanzo’s primary aim was to unveil the mixed feelings, fears, worries, and conflicts that are so peculiar to the disquieting times we live in. His new paintings represent poetry of life full of twisted colors filling the dreamy worlds on the canvases. The exhibition broaches an array of complex and even esoteric subjects, making viewers think about spirituality, life, and death. Unusually sensitive, Frank Chinea Inguanzo’s works deconstruct a disturbing reality in a harmoniously beautiful way.
“Unforeseen Transition” would be impossible without the hard work done by Thierry Gulian, Director and Founder of The ONE Museum, the first independent virtual museum of fine arts. Thanks to his curatorial skills, Inguanzo’s solo art show feels coherent and complete.
If you would like to explore more of Frank Chinea Inguanzo’s art, you can also visit the UNESCO international contemporary art exhibition “HUMAN RIGHTS? @WORK,” which runs through October 5, 2021. Enjoy art in all its guises!