Dynamic Collection of Cuban Art at X Contemporary

MIAMI, November 19, 2016 – Urbaniza Studio Gallery, a leading online art gallery based in Coral Gables, Florida, announced today that they will feature an exciting and cutting-edge display of Cuban art at X Contemporary.

X Contemporary is the first modern and contemporary art fair featuring 35 international galleries, with a special focus on private dealers and independent curators with unique access to new discoveries in 20th and 21st century art. The fair will take place Wednesday, November 30 through Saturday, December 3, 2016, at Nobu Eden Roc on Miami Beach.

"Cuban art is making a significant impression on the global art scene, because of the singular perspective it brings to the current state of the Cuban experience. Our collection embraces the tradition of art as a storytelling device, interpreted by contemporary artists with a personal dialog to share, from places around the globe.”

Urbaniza Studio targets opportunities in private shows and public art to showcase our talented and diverse portfolio of artists. X Contemporary provided that unique opportunity to unveil the artists we represent at a captivating venue like the Nobu Miami Beach,” said Gladys Margarita Diaz, Owner, Urbaniza Studio Gallery. 


About Urbaniza Studio Gallery

Urbaniza Studio Gallery is an online art gallery whose mission is to bridge the worlds of art, design, and real estate. Our focus is to showcase pieces depicting cities, architecture and the environment, with a focus on Cuban artists and the Cuban diaspora.

Our catalogue’s purpose is to fill personal and public spaces with art that speaks: the walls in your home, the place where you work and the public realm. We represent emerging talents and master artists from Cuba to Russia, from Mexico to Brooklyn, whose work sets Urbaniza Studio apart as a modern, diverse, and innovative online gallery. To learn more, visit: www.urbanizastudiogallery.com.


Media Contact:
Gladys Margarita Diaz
Owner – Urban Designer
Urbaniza Studio Gallery