(c) Julio Llopiz-Casal
Julio Llopiz-Casal is 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. He has 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).
Julio 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.