CAMAGÜEY.- (ACN) Unusual in the trajectory of Joel Jover, the overflowing colors are a visual novelty in the most recent thematic series of the Camagüey’s painter, which dates from the current year and remains exposed in the gallery Julián Morales, of this city.

The exhibition will continue until the first week of July in the menctioned room, of the Provincial Delegation of the Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba (Uneac, Spanish acronym).

Considered a member of the contemporary pictorial avant-garde of the country, he informed the Cuban News Agency (ACN, Spanish acronym) that the color of the sample is transient, and emphasized his interest in returning to grays, blacks and whites by citing shades, habitual identifiers of his paintings, generally of notorious chromatic sobriety.

They are Haikus, in reference to the brief Japanese poems of the same name that emerged in the Middle Ages, and which widely use emotion and wonder. The collection consists of 17 works, in which globally stand out the colors red, blue, green and yellow, in combination with white and black.

Jover emphasized that the reference to this type of poetic structure is based on the objective of using few symbols in the paintings to provoke many interpretations in the spectators.

The show includes, among other contexts, the four seasons of the year reflected with their impact on forests - as well as horses at the sea, and a dog in a desolate scene.

Sustained in reflections on human behavior, and in the large format - two of the characteristics in the creations of Jover -, the pieces also are about the contemplation of nature, one of the conceptual components of the haikus.

Joel Jover is also a poet and narrator, and his studio-gallery is located in the San Juan de Dios Square, one of the most important in the sector of the capital,declared Cultural World Heritage . He was rewarded with awards such as the Diploma of Artistic Merit, conferred by the Provincial University of the Arts.

The author's works have been exhibited, among other nations, in Cuba, the United States of America, Spain, Puerto Rico, Ecuador, Austria and Germany.