Yovani Bauta graduated from the National School of Arts in Havana, Cuba, as Professor of Painting and Drawing. He also has a Law Degree from the University of Matanzas, Cuba. His artwork has been exhibited in many countries such as Germany, France, Mexico, Spain, Switzerland and the United States, as well as in Cuba. His work has been reviewed and published in different art magazines and books in Mexico, France, and the United States. Mr. Bauta has lectured at the New School of Social Research, in New York; at Florida International University; and at the University of Michigan, among other academic institutions.
A recent resume of his exhibitions includes: Museum of Art, Geneva, Switzerland; Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA), Long Beach, California; Museo de las Americas, Madrid, Spain; Museo Maria Zambrano, Velez-Malaga, Spain; LOWE Art Museum, U. M., Coral Gables, Florida; Arizona State University, Phoenix, Arizona; University of Colorado Springs, Colorado and Miami Dade College, Miami, Florida.
His essay “Los cuerpos de la nación” was published by Baquiana Editorial in May 2003 and launched at the University of Cadiz, Spain where he participated as a panelist in the conference “Intelectuales Cubanos de la Diaspora. “In the last few years his work has been shown in more than twenty solo exhibition and many group shows in Europe and America.
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