How to find an artist, the awakening sculpture and the noguchi
I have a couple of sculptures I’m interested in and the first one I came across was a noguchis head.
It’s an early 20th century piece by Pablo Neruda that was commissioned by the United States to commemorate the centenary of the Cuban Revolution.
Neruda died in 1957, so it was a huge deal to get it in a museum, to find it in such a well-preserved state.
I was so excited to find out about it, and I’ve been looking for more.
The other thing that I found interesting was that there are a lot of nogukis in Spain, they’re very popular in Europe.
There’s a whole series of paintings, like this one that was made in Madrid in 1927 by a sculptor named Miguel de las Casas.
It has a big nogucha on the left side of it, which is the symbol of the naguy, the people.
I was so impressed by it that I started researching the naguñes.
It’s been quite a journey to get this piece of art back to Spain.
I’m so grateful to the museum and everyone who has helped me out over the years.
I think it’s really special to have this work here, and to have it in one of the world’s most beautiful museums, in Madrid.