Mérida, Mexico: Self-published, 2011. Limited Edition. Hardcover. "[The book is a] memory of the action of traveling for 7 days the boardwalk of Havana. Through this fragmented and continuous process, I disrupt its space-time relationships and create another perception of reality, my fiction. The boardwalk is a symbolic refuge of my identity in the diaspora, it has become a repository of memories and memories, ordinary, divided, recreated, scattered, repeated, lost." [Artist Statement]
Designed so that it can be displayed completely 'open', allowing all seven miles of the boardwalk to be seen.
Acquisition Award in the Book-piece category. II International Art Book Fair. 2011.
Center of the Image. México City, México.
Mina Bárcenas Jiménez (La Habana, Cuba, 1965) studied visual arts, photography, and graphic design in Cuba and Mexico. She has participated in multiple individual and collective shows in México and abroad and has work in public and private collections in Cuba, the US and México. She teaches at ESAY, and at Página en Blando. Fine in Fine Archival Case. Tight, bright, and unmarred. Black cloth binding, leather straps with stone, accordion structure; housed in matching case. Oblong fo [19x53cm closed; 19x7400cm open]. np. Illus. [b/w prints]. Numbered limited edition of 7 copies plus 2 AP. Signed by the artist. Item #11112