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Andy Llanes Bulto

The third series “Levitaciónes” is in Andy Llanes Bultó’s own words, “…the voyage, the ascension of the body to an unkown place, immaculate, immaterial. Julio Cortázar (the Argentinian novelist) says that we are not precisely this; smoke. Look at how the figures resemble smoke.”

Andy Llanes Bultó

 
 

Andy Llanes Bultó

b. 1987

San Antonio de Los Baños, Cuba

Llanes Bultó entered the prestigious Eduardo Abela Academy of Fine Arts at the age of 15. He graduated with “outstanding results” in the specialty of painting in 2006. From there he attended The Superior Institute of Art (ISA), the most important institution of the arts in Cuba. Throughout his 5 years at ISA he was very active, participating in exhibitions and projects on and off the island. He graduated from ISA in 2012.

LLanes Bultó works on three fundamental series. The first, titled "Ritual", offers hyperrealistic portraiture focused on his interest in the individuality of us as humans and the underlying emotions present, or not, in each of us, just under the skin.

"Cuerpos Celeste" maintains his interest in anatomy, as it is linked to the Moon and the relationship that exists between that star and humanity. The result of which is balanced, poetic, and harmonious work.

The third series “Levitaciónes” is in the artist’s own words is, “…the voyage, the ascension of the body to an unknown place, immaculate, immaterial. Julio Cortázar (the Argentinian novelist) says that we are not precisely this; smoke. Look at how the figures resemble smoke.”

Works by Andy Llanes Bultó reside in private collections in: England, Spain, Italy, Germany, France, Brazil, Mexico and The United States.
He belongs to the Association of Painters, Sculptors and Engravers of the Taylor Foundation in Paris, France.

Llanes Bultó lives and works in Havana, Cuba.