Baruj Salinas

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Baruj Salinas (b. 1935, Havana), Cuban painter of Jewish origin. He is regularly in galleries in Europe and the United States, like: The Art Institute of Chicago and the Museum of Art in Fort Lauderdale.

He is the winner of numerous awards, including the Prize to Excellency at the VII Grand Prix International de Peinture in Cannes, a first prize at the IV Pan American Exhibition in Miami, and a first prize at the Sexta Bienal del Grabado Latinoamericano in San Juan. His works is in the collections of museums in Israel, Spain, Colombia, Mexico and the United States, including that of the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C. and the Miami-Dade Public Library. [1]

Some of his artworks include:

  • Hovering Band (1981)
  • Grand Brote (2005)
  • Flare and Flowers (2004)
  • Early Autum (2004)

Among the collections in which his work is found are: Villafames Museum, Spain; Carrillo Gil Museum, Mexico; Fine Arts Museum, Budapest, Hungary; Beit Uri Museum, Israel. [2]

He worked in the 50th's as Architect in Mexico City. At present he is living in Miami, Flo, teaching at Miami Dade College.

See also

Baruj with Vidal.

References

  1. Baruj Salinas answers.com
  2. Baruj Salinas
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