Writings

Jesús Rosado
Miami, FL September 2006

“Art is an epiphany in a coffee cup.” Elizabeth Murray Carlos Luna’s visual harvest abounds in exceptional qualities. First and foremost among these is his conscious decision...

Martin Peregrina
Puebla, Mexico, 2001

What relation is there between a Cuban Compay and Amenhotep IV? Between an islander crowing and the god Horus? It would seem an imprudence to match such personages. However, such problem finds its...

Jaime Moreno Villarreal
Mexico City, October 2001

When a painting of Carlos Luna is contemplated for the first time, its volumetric paradox assails and enhances the bi-dimension even though it is extremely turgid. The background perspective is often...

Osvaldo Sánchez
Mexico City, 1995

The work of Carlos Luna constructs itself over the whole basic, residual repertory of Seventies Cuban art, more specifically on the Pop models of print-making of an emblematic and nationalistic bent,...

Juan Soriano
Mexico City, May 1995

The child painter from the island of Cuba ransoms the contradictory remains of religions which his grandfather passed on him in extended litanies. A divine majesty which forgetfulness begins to erode...