The Witness, 1982, Ink on paper, 30.125 x 22.5

Susana Sorí (b. 1949, Camagüey): Having focused 30 years of her life on the studies of yoga, meditation and vibratorial/energetic healing methods along side her art, Sorí believes art must “draw forth a change, a transformation in our nature.” Sorí has had several solo and group exhibitions at venues such as the Museo de Arte in Santo Domingo, the National Library of Canada, the Grand Rapids Art Museum, the Orlando Museum of Art and the Hillwood Art Museum in New York. She was represented in the 10th International Independent Exhibition of Prints in Kanagawa, Japan, in Expatriates: Paintings by 15 Young Latin American Artists, which traveled throughout Florida, and in the traveling exhibition Outside Cuba. The SOS-Kinderdorf International Organization commissioned the large mobile sculpture I Am That, now located at the Village d’Enfants in Marrakech, Morocco. Her work is in the collections of the Brooklyn Museum, the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, the Museum of the Art Institute of Chicago and the Miami-Dade Public Library. (Cintas for art, 1981-82)

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