IRREVERSIBLE: An International Art Project will present a panel discussion moderated by world-renowned art critic, scholar and Pulitzer Prize-nominated poet Ricardo Pau-Llosa. His poetry and scholarly writings have appeared in a some of America's most prestigious journals, including The American Poetry Review, the Kenyon Review, Sculpture and Arte al Dia. Born in Havana, Cuba Pau-Llosa's work is informed by his personal story of immigration to the United States in 1960 at the age of 6 and his upbringing in the cultural melting pot of Miami in the city's most turbulent decades. Pau-Llosa's Pulitzer Prize-nominated third book was the first major English-language published collection of poetry, which dealt with the history, art and literature of Cuba viewed through the eyes of a Cuban-American scholar.
"Irreversible - an International art project - is a pioneering exhibition platform for all projects that transcend the classical art show including small format, large scale installations, theatrical events, mixed media, video projections, massive sculptures, music, live performances & unlimited kids programs."
“I am constantly on the lookout for what is meaningful of my era. Art is a language possibly more important than words as it directly assails the emotions and feelings. Irreversible - an International art project - is a collective adventure, we want to reach everyone, adults and children and we want to make sure we all remember that most adults have difficulty dreaming… and I have this childish desire to bring our dreams back”