In the early 1950s, Raúl Martínez—along with such artists as Guido Llinás and Tomas Oliva—established the group Los Once (The Eleven), Their work was influenced by the Abstract Expressionists at first.

Throughout his career Martinez exhibited a wide-ranging engagement with a variety of media and ideas - from architecture and design to photography and collage. In this work from 1966, we see Martí portrayed serially, in a nod to Pop, a style with which he also became identified.

In the works that follow, you will see Martí through the eyes of artists working from the early 20th century to today.


  • Title: Martí y la estrella
  • Creator: Raúl Martínez
  • Date Created: 1966
  • Location: Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Havana
  • Physical Dimensions: 184 x 143 cm
  • Medium: oil on canvas

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