Exhibition by Daniela Díaz. Gallery Mariano Rodríguez. Avenue 78, Building 28, Villa Panamericana, East Havana. October-November 20

Daniela invites us to reflect on each of her proposals, highlighting her talent in her career as an artist, despite her youth. "Mental states" is a photographic project that starts from a period of psychological analysis based on personal feelings where she proposes the concept "That Light is the Soul of the Subject", using The Physiogram as a photographic resource, majestically treated in each of her works, using the light brush on the human body, the objects and the emptiness, giving a mystical sensation through the chiaroscuro of the background-figura, with a great visual richness, suggestive, contagious by the transcendental of a place without escape of that small orifice so that the light creates an image where a fraction of its reality is remaining shaped.

Mental states  is an open door to good art that you shouldn't overlook.

by: Enma Palli Martínez

DANIELA DÍAZ / Havana, Cuba, 1994.

Poet, painter, photographer, illustrator, audiovisual producer. Member of the Cuban Association of the Audiovisual and Member of the Association Hermanos Sai/.

Graduated in Plastic Arts from the Centro Experimental de las Artes Visuales José Antonio Díaz Peláez, Havana. Graduated from the Basic Photography Course, Office of the City Historian. Graduated from the Editorial Design Course at Letras Cubanas.Taller de Pintura, Dibujo y Collage de la Escuela Nacional de Artes Plásticas "San Alejandro". He has held six solo exhibitions of painting and photography and seventeen group exhibitions, among which are the Salon de FotografiÜa del Cuerpo, 2014 -2015; 18 Cuban Artists of today, José Martí Memorial; exhibition of the Luciano Mendez Collection, Embassy of Spain in Cuba 2015 and Havana Biennial 2015.Cuba Today!, Cuba Hoy!,Cuba Hoy,California,USA. Her photographs are part of the book covers of the publishing house Letras Cubanas. It has illustrated the children's book El Susto, Mexico. He participated and collaborated in the 3rd and 4th Latin American Photographic Jomada in Havana. He collaborated in the Photography Course 'for children sponsored by UNICEF in the Casa Simón Bolívar. It belongs to the Cuban Painters Archive of Professor José Veigas, to the Library Archive of the National Museum of Fine Arts (Cuban Art), and to the Luciano Méndez Collection.

Her works can be found in private collections in the USA, Mexico, Spain, among others.