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Henry Ballate

Henry Ballate M.F.A. is University Professor of Art History. Specializes in Modern art and contemporary art, with particular interests in classical iconography, from the Renaissance to popular culture images. Henry has over 20 years of combined experience as a Visual artist and graphic designer. Henry’s artwork is instantly recognizable through his use of well-known visual arts iconography. His pieces use historical works of art that deal with provocative and suggestive themes as a foundation augmenting them with today’s popular images. He creates these works by mixing traditional methods of painting with innovative techniques creating new works that are rooted in art history while retaining contemporary relevance. Throughout his career, Henry’s work has been included in solo and group exhibitions in Europe, America, and Asia.

Sources

“Sources” by Roxana M. Bermejo. I have always defended that along with any good work of art there is a theoretical thinking entrenched. Sometimes, the piece works as a constant for critical […]

Artists in Purgatory

Kendall Art Center (KAC) is proud to present “Artists in Purgatory” an exhibition of Jorge Reynardus Collection that brings together work of Cuban artists such Adriano Buergo, Adrián Menéndez, Agustín Fernández, Aldo […]

Quemar las naves…

Por RoxanaM. Bermejo ‘’El hoy fugaz es tenue y es eterno; otro cielo no esperes, ni otro infierno’’. Jorge Luis Borges (El Instante) Creo pertinente mencionar un hecho: hace solo unos meses que […]