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"King of Woodstock" painting at just One Island II exhibition at QbaVa Gallery

by JOSE , December 2, 2009—08:57 AM

Topics: Art Gallery, Art Show, Contemporary Cuban Art, Cuban-American, Famous Artist., Hot Cuban Art, Jose Acosta, King of Woodstock, New Cuban Art., Qbava Gallery

Cuban American Artist Jose Acosta will participate in just One Island II exhibition at QbaVa Gallery.

Opening Reception Friday December 4, 2009 from 7-10 p.m.

QbaVa Gallery presents just One Island II (Una Sola Isla II) From December 4, 2009 to January 22, 2010 Openning Reception on December 4, 2009 from 7-10 p.m.

QbaVa Gallery bridges the gap between Havana Cuba and New York City. QbaVa Gallery will be holding the most important exhibition of CUBAN ART on the East Coast, which will include the most significant contemporary Cuban artists. Agustin R Rojas, Alberto Morgan, Bernardo Navarro, Cesar Alfonso, Carlos R Cardenas, Francisco R Sanchez, Fernando Gomez, Fernando Garcia, Gustavo Acosta, Geandy Pavon, Humberto Castro, Jesus Rivera, Jose Acosta, Lazaro R Dominguez, Raul Villarreal, Walter Rodriguez.

QbaVa Gallery is Owned by the famous Cuban Artist Jesus Rivera and is located at 508-42nd Street, Union City NJ 07087

Jose Acosta is a Cuban-American Artist. Born in San Jose Cuba 1966 currently lives in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. with his family. Jose has made great strides in America. His works are in over 200 Private and Public Collections. Jose creates both Paintings & Sculpture. Most recently his works were added to the collection of The World Bank Art Program Washington, DC, United Cerebral Palsy, Healthy Families, Touro College,and The University of Pennsylvania Art Collection




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12/02/2009 * 22:52:37

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