Artists Abdul Vas and Christian Vinck, developed an impressive collective exhibition of paintings as an homage to Cincinnati's Red. In an attempt to narrate and capture the fascination with which the game is lived in the Spanish-Speaking caribbean. The Reds, ‘the Big Red Machine’ as once called in the 1970s, was one of the brightest and boldest teams that existed in the history of baseball, and one of the first major league dynasties. The first two Latinamericans to play in what is now Major League Baseball were Rafael Almeida and Armando Marsans, who both joined the Cincinnati Reds of the National League in 1911.
In accordance with regulations to limit the spread of COVID-19 by the French Government, the public will be asked to maintain a minimum distance of 1.5 metres and a limit of 10 people per visit will be allowed in the space.
Alcohol Gel will be available for the public on arrival.