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Absolved by Solidarity

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Guest Invites at The Clemente, NYC
Guest Invites at The Clemente, NYC
Professor and Artist Ben Jones at The Clemente, NYC
Skype video discussion with Mirta Rodríguez, Antonio’s mother, and Maruchi Guerrero, Antonio’s sister at The Clemente, NYC


Guest Invites at The Clemente, NYC
Guest Invites at The Clemente, NYC
Chairman César Omar Sánchez at The Clemente, NYC
Iris Báez and Juanita Young. Longtime fighter against police brutality at The Clemente, NYC


From Saturday, April 11 to Sunday, May 3, 2015
Open Daily, 4pm to 9pm
The Clemente
LES Gallery, ground floor
107 Suffolk Street
New York, NY 10002

Opening event
Sat. April 11
Reception 6-9 pm. Program 7 pm.

Antonio Guerrero created this series of 16 paintings in September 2014, while still behind bars in federal prison in Marianna, Florida, to mark 16 years since the arrest of the Cuban Five.

Antonio together with Gerardo Hernández, Fernando González, Ramón Labañino, and René González were imprisoned in 1998 as a result of their efforts to uncover plans by Florida-based paramilitary groups to launch attacks against Cuba. In December, Antonio was among the three remaining members of the five who were finally released, returning home to Cuba, where the five are continuing their efforts in the fight to end the U.S. embargo and defend the Cuban revolution.

Take the F, J, M, or Z trains to Delancey/Essex Street.
Building entrance is on Suffolk Street (corner of
Rivington and Suffolk)

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the NY City Dept. of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council; by the NY State Council on the Arts with the support of Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the NY State legislature.







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