Instants. Consuelo Castaneda’s Exhibition at Dotfiftyone Gallery. Miami. Jul 12-Sept12 2018. Photo courtesy of Dotfiftyone Gallery

Instant 01. 2017. acrylic on canvas. 6×4 ft

Instant 02. 2017. acrylic on canvas. 6×4 ft

Instant 03. 2017. acrylic on canvas. 6×4 ft

Instant 04. 2017. acrylic on canvas. 6×4 ft

Instant 05. 2017. acrylic on canvas. 6×4 ft

0-9 instant. 2008. 9 photographs printed on cold press bright paper. 15.25 x 22.25 in each. artist proof. edition of 5

Instants by Consuelo Castañeda
July 12 – September 12, 2018Gallery hours: Monday – Friday, 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
Saturday by appointment.Dot Fiftyone Gallery
7275 NE 4th Ave, Unit 101
Miami, FL 33138
+1305 573 9994Dot Fiftyone Gallery is pleased to announce INSTANTS, a solo exhibition featuring recents works by Consuelo Castañeda. The exhibition opens on July 12 and remains on view through September 12, 2018. An opening reception will take place on Thursday, July 12 from 7:30 pm until 10:00 pm. Occupying both of the gallery’s spaces, the exhibition features new paintings, photographies and a video animation work created by the artist specially for the exhibition.
Consuelo Castañeda, (Havana, Cuba, 1958), is a multi-disciplinary artist, professor and art critic based in Miami and Havana. Her work includes painting, installations, photography, graphic art, architecture, and print. She emerged in the Cuban avant-garde of the 1980s, helping catapult their cultural production onto the international stage and shifting the popular understanding of the relationship between art and politics in Cuba and in wider Latin America. Described by Joseph Kosuth as a post-postmodern artist, Consuelo Castañeda undoubtedly left her mark on the Cuban art of the 1980s, the so-called “prodigious decade.” During those years Castañeda was active on the Cuban art scene and at the Instituto Superior de Arte (ISA), where she taught many students who are noted artists today, including Tania Bruguera, Tomás Esson, Glexis Novoa, Ciro Quintana, Ana Albertina Delgado, and Luis Gómez, among others. In fact, Castañeda taught an entire generation, which flourished at the end of the decade and whose members have largely chosen to live off the island, she was apivotal figure in Cuba until her emigration to Mexico, and then Miami, in the 1990s. Her work as a painter, photographer and multimedia installation artist has recently shifted to social media and digital format. Her focus is on creating interactive works that anyone with a modem and a computer can readily access. Castaneda received the Cinta Fellowship in 1997-1998 as an installation artist. The artist participated in the Havana Biennials in 1984, 1986, and 1991. In 2016, Castañeda returns to Cuba for her solo show “CCC2016” after an absence of almost three decades.Dot Fiftyone Gallery is located at 7275 NE 4thAve, Little River, Miami. The hours are Monday to Friday, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday by appointment. For further information and visuals of the show, contact the gallery at 305-773-6537 or by email at