Moisés FinaléSaliendo del sueño, 2004
Acrylic on canvas, 132 x 198 cm.
[…] Moisés Finalé has turned his painting into a space of coexistence for all spirits: it is a geography where the myths from the most diverse origins co-inhabit in a new context of meanings […].
[…] Finalé’s work looks at the mythical past of our ancient peoples in a trans-vanguard fashion, with talent and craft. His work acquires an anthropological dimension of intercultural vocation in which, undoubtedly, a deep inspiration remains of his Cuban experiences from the 1980s. The geography he has created makes an island out of every canvas, inhabited by spirits that live already in their own different universe, which the artist renews with his dreams, his nightmares and his intimate secrets […]. 1
1. Yolanda Wood, “Una geografía para los espíritus,” Herido de Sombras (Catalogue, Havana: National Fine Arts Museum, 2003).