Oceania Cruises' Riviera to Showcase Latin American Art

The Riviera, the newest upper-premium ship in Oceania Cruises' fleet, will showcase more than 1000 works of art by some of Latin America's most accomplished and admired contemporary artists.

The ship's collection includes original works by renowned artists from Cuba's Vanguard Movement which began in 1927 and ended in 1950. Works by internationally celebrated Cuban artists such as Wilfredo Lam, Cundo Bermudez, Rene Portocarrero and Servand Cabrera will displayed side-by-side with works by artists including Jose Grillo, Julio Larraz, Carlos Luna, Pierre Boncompain, Mexican painter Luis Zesatti, Peruvian artist Daniela Wicki and Catalonian master, Eduardo Arranz-Bravo.

The world-class collection is in honor of the Cuban heritage of Frank Del Rio, the line's founder, chairman and CEO who said the works will be "tucked in the most unexpected places to promote a sense of discover."

For more information on the Riviera, visit www.oceaniacruises.com or call 1-800-531-5658.

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