Iván Carbonell Guerra (Machuty), is an art instructor who was born in Camagüey in 1984. He has taught workshops in Drawing, Painting and Art Appreciation for community projects of Floridain municipality in the province of Camagüey. His plastic visions pertaining to the environment are put into practice in his World Cultural Heritage city, and his online interactive art project entitled SOS por la Naturaleza (SOS for Nature) is an example. Member of the Hermanos Saíz Association (AHS), he includes community actions in his artistic work that impact lifestyles.
With many exhibitions and awards won in the country, mainly in Camagüey, Matuchy approaches Cubanow to share with you, the reader, his work.
Translated by Roberto Espí Valero
Revised by Simon Wollers
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