Interdisciplinary Artist, Jacoub Reyes, joined Inside South Florida to share his determination to amplifying marginalized voices and sparking conversations that drive positive change through his art.
“I have a mixed cultural background, so, I'm Puerto Rican, Pakistani, and Cuban,” says Reyes. “So, I have all these different mixtures inside of me. And it really kind of, you know, being in the intersection, kind of made me realize, like, you know, that I wanted to talk about representation.”
Jacoub’s artwork has been on display worldwide, and you can personally immerse yourself in his creations right here in South Florida.
“Right now, I have a couple of works part of the South Florida Cultural Consortium, which is a grant fellowship that's provided by South Florida,” says Reyes. “So that's happening right now at the Hollywood Arts and Cultural Center. And I also have a studio in Plantation that I'm always working in, so the public is open and invited to come.”
For more information, visit JacoubReyes.com