Julio Llopiz-Casal

Artistic Freedom

Julio Llopiz-Casal i​s a visual artist ​working with installation, performance, photography, video and design. ​He is a core member of the 27N Movement for Artistic Freedom in Cuba, and main designer of social media imagery. Llopiz-Casal studied Art History ​at​ the University of Havana ​in ​2011​ and graduated ​with a thesis ​on expressionism in ​Cuban painting. Llopiz-Casal​ ​has participated in collective art exhibitions like “Landlord Colors: On Art, Economy and Materiality”​ (​Cranbrook Art Museum, Detroit​, ​2019) and “Cada forma en el espacio es una forma de tiempo que se escapa”​ (​Dagoberto Rodríguez’s Studio, Madrid​, ​2020).​ Llopiz-Casal​ is a founder of 27N​ ​(​a ​platform of interchange between artists and intellectuals​ in Cuba​). His work is part of the ​collections of ​Cranbrook Art Museum, Detroit, US; the Eva-Lotta Holm Flach (Flach Gallery), Stockholm, Sweden; Michael Delahunt, Colorado, US; Wendy Fritz (H is for House), Miami, US and Laura J. Mott, Detroit, US​.

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