At the time, Arrechea mentioned that the $10,000 cash prize attached to the award would go toward producing his art.
Last month, he opened La seducción del fragmento / The Seductiveness of the Fragment, a solo show at Galería Casado Santapau in Madrid.
The works on view continue the exploration of visual themes and ideas seen in El mapa del silencio.
Here, a quick photo walk-through of Alexandre Arrechea: La seducción del fragmento / The Seductiveness of the Fragment, on view at Galería Casado Santapau through October 31.
Here, one of the works from El mapa del silencio / The Map of Silence: a large-scale, multi-panel watercolor drawing dedicated to the people of Alamar, a district in Habana del Este that is dominated by prefab, Soviet-style housing projects.
In Havana, El mapa del silencio / The Map of Silence has been held over at the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, where it runs through November.