Cuban artist Camilo Guevara March is at Piramid Sanat with his new exhibition in which he combines photography and installation.
The exhibition titled “TABÙ”, which displays the mystery of the female body and identity with the cooperation of photography and installation, confronts us with an interesting presentation that is beyond guessing. The first exhibition of the TABÙ project on which the artist has been working on for years is performed at Piramid Sanat. After the first exhibition, which will take place in Turkey, the exhibition will be visiting numerous countries. In the panel that will be organized during the exhibition, you will have the chance to get to know Camilo Guevara more closely.
October 29, Saturday 16.00-18.00 @Piramid Sanat
There will be simultaneous translation in the panel. Also, a catalogue, the preface of which is written by Bedri Baykam, is being prepared for the exhibition.
On Camilo Guevara March:
Camilo, who is the son and one of the five children of Argentinian Revolutionist Che Guevara, was born in Havana in 1962. He got his name from Camilo Cienfuegos, who is one of the three most important names of the Cuban Revolution together with Fidel Castro and Che Guevara and dies in a plane crash in 1959.
Camilo Guevara, who got a law education, began to have a constantly growing interest in photography. He opened 7 solo exhibitions in Australia, Argentina, Dominican Republic, Cuba and Italy and participated in 7 group exhibitions. He is one of the leading administrators of the Che Center in Havana. TABÙ can be visited at Piramid Sanat until December 3, Saturday.