Victor Hugo Zayas | DRAWING
32 x 26 inches | charcoal pencil on archival paper, framed in blonde wood
ABOUT VICTOR HUGO
His painting and sculpture share a physicality impact, his energy always manifesting the human hand’s crucial role in making art. The last 25 years have seen his work grow at an insistent pace, with dozens of exhibitions in galleries across Southern California as well as in prestigious museums such as the MOLAA (Long Beach, CA), Latino Art Museum (Claremont, CA), the Contemporary Museum of Art (Mexico City, Mexico) and the Orange County Museum of Art (Newport Beach, CA). His work forms a part of important corporate and private collections from Washington DC to Sydney to Hong Kong.
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