After 1881: Julio Anaya Cabanding Brings the European Masters to Hong Kong

After 1881: Julio Anaya Cabanding Brings the European Masters to Hong Kong
Malaga born artist Julio Anaya Cabanding is known for paying homage to the Masters and making them matter as he reframes their work by taking it outdoors and into the streets. After a series of solo presentations in Europe, he recently made his Asian debut with AishoNanzuka gallery in Hong Kong. Titled in honor of  Pablo Picasso, who shares his birthplace, the show After 1881continues Cabanding’s mission to show the beauty of classic painters in places where they can be appreciated by everyone and literally be seen in a new light.

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