In his childlike yet profoundly freighted pieces, Eduardo Michaelsen conjures through the fog of memory a world where Afro-Cuban myths, Cuban folklore, the intoxicating rhythms of his homeland's music, Cuba's architectural and tropical splendor, and kaleidoscopic hallucinations richly combine to buffet the viewer in a wildly inventive storm. In a nondescript house across the street from the Central Bible Assembly of God in Westchester, the artist, whom some describe as Cuba's greatest naÔf painter, might finally be g... More >>>