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Jacqueline Maggi

Born in Cuba | Lives in the USA

 

Born in New York and raised and educated in Havana, Cuba, Jacqueline Maggi has lived and worked in Washington, DC, since 1995. She is a contemporary artist and her work forms include sculpture, printmaking, painting, drawings, and installations.

 

Maggi graduated from the National School of Design and the Superior Institute of the Arts in Havana, Cuba. She has also received several significant awards and artist residencies.

Maggi has had more than fifteen solo exhibitions in the United States, Paris, New York, Spain, and Cuba, among innumerable international juried group shows.

 

As an art educator, she taught at the National School of Art in Havana for ten years and at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts in Washington, DC, for the past twenty years. Maggi’s work has been reviewed in many regular national and international publications and art books. Her work is in many private and public collections, including the Museum of Fine Arts in Havana, Cuba. 

 

Artist Statement

At this time, with so much pain, destruction, and negative actions in our World, I feel compelled – as an artist and a citizen of this wonderful Planet – to bring attention to what it means to be human and what our fundamental rights are as human beings. The right to be safe, the right to nourishment, and the right to freedom.

Evgenia (Jane) Kim

 

Born to Korean parents in Uzbekistan in the former USSR from Korean parents | Lives in the USA

 

Born in 1988 in the Republic of Uzbekistan in the former Soviet Union, Evgenia Kim is a New York-based artist working in printmaking, book arts, and installation. She received her MFA degree in painting from Moscow State Regional University in 2012 and MFA in printmaking and book arts from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, in 2019. Kim addresses ideas of identity and diaspora in a globalized present and the effects of the forced migration on the individual. She explores the ways in which printmaking can be a critical tool in building and educating not only the local community but also related followers across the globe. She exhibits nationally and internationally. Her work is collected by numerous venues, including: The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Princeton University;  Stanford University; The Maryland Institute of Art; Zuckerman Museum of Art at Kennesaw State University, Georgia, and others.

For Kim and Maggi both

 

The artworks have just arrived form the Art Thessaloniki International Art Fair, Greece, where they were exhibited during November 2022.

See the invitation attached.

They were also exhibited in Casa Bianca Museum, Thessaloniki Greece, in June 2022 at the exhibition: Art Communicating Conflict Resolution, curated by Vasia Deliyianni.

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