Santiago RodrÍguez OlazÁbal

Santiago Rodríguez Olazábal (Havana 1955) is a priest of Ifá, an Afro-Cuban religion.  Nurtured by traditions of African origin, his art work provides a powerful intellectual incentive to approach the complexities and the beauty of the Yoruba culture. Olazábal has appropriated the languages and methodologies of our traditional Western culture to transmit his messages, to express a millennial wisdom. At the same time, his work can express a mysterious, profound and painful feeling with symbolic, allegorical, metaphoric, and aesthetic meanings on the different aspects of life.

 

 

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