Monday, May 25, 2020
Havana.- The Museum of Wooden Sculptures of Cuban Dramaturgy, based in the western province of Matanzas, benefits from the restoration of a dozen of its exponents.
Executives from the House of Scenic Memory indicated that the initiative includes the work of Adán Rodríguez Falcón, a graduate of the National School of Art, who is a painter, a sculptor and a stage designer.
The pieces were dismantled and transferred to the artist's workshop, where they were restored, while the incorporation of two new works by the creator is planned.
Currently, there are 15 works that make up the Wood Sculpture Museum, artistic conceptions that evoke authors such as Albio Paz, Abelardo Estorino, Dora Alonso and Virgilio Piñera.
With more than two decades of existence, the Casa de la Memoria Escénica is a prestigious institution that preserves, protects and disseminates cultural heritage.