STREETS OVERVIEW
Eight views of Havana squares and streets. These works are 160 cm high and anything from 240 to 720 cm wide

The drawings produced between 2006 and 2008 focus particularly on two Havana locations:

Parque de la Fraternidad Americana (Pan-American Fraternity Park). A well kept park in the centre of Havana, directly adjacent to the Capitol Building. All the main bus lines stop here. These mighty vehicles – popularly referred to as "camel" on account of their shape – were withdrawn from service in the spring of 2008 and replaced by articulated buses made in China.

Calle 25 (25th Street). This street is situated in Vedado, Havana’s nicest district. Vedado is a residential area perched on a hill that stretches out along the ocean front, with countless villas representing every imaginable style and even a few smart blocks of flats dating back to the thirties, forties and fifties of the last century.
Parque de la Fraternidad V
720 x 160 cm
Inkjet
on canvas
© 2006/2008 by kristo.ch
Detail

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Parque de la Fraternidad VI
720 x 160 cm
Inkjet
on canvas
© 2006 by kristo.ch
Detail
Detail



Calle 25 I
240 x 160 cm
Inkjet on canvas
© 2007 by kristo.ch
Calle 25 II
240 x 160 cm
Inkjet on canvas
© 2007 by kristo.ch
Calle 25 III
240 x 160 cm
Inkjet on canvas
© 2007 by kristo.ch


Calle 25 IV
240 x 160 cm
Inkjet on canvas
© 2006 by kristo.ch
Calle 25 V
360 x 160 cm
Inkjet on canvas
© 2006 by kristo.ch