Agustin Fernández

Agustin Fernández (1928 – 2006) Cuban

Agustin Fernandez was born in Havana, Cuba on April 16, 1928 and died in New York City on June 2, 2006. He is recognized as one of the outstanding Cuban artists of his generation. From his career beginnings in Havana through the many years that he spent outside Cuba, which were formative for the independent and international context that would mark his work, Agustin Fernandez dedicated himself to the production of paintings, drawings, and graphics. Fernandez also created assemblages, sculptures and artist’s books. Fernandez’s work has been extensively and internationally exhibited and has received copious critical acclaim. His work, which is included in numerous and prestigious public collections, found a popular audience when it was featured in the 1980 Brian de Palma film, “Dressed to Kill.”

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