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Jenny Alfonso Relova
"Detràs del volante"     Radio Caracol Miami       Ana Vargas, Roly Martin, Somoano
Jenny Alfonso Relova
"Marti Noticias"   Radio Marti, Miami    Karen Caballero  and Marcano
Jenny Alfonso Relova
"El Espejo"     América TeVé       Juan Manuel Cao
Jenny Alfonso Relova
"Show de Fernando Hidalgo"   MEGA TV    Fernando Hidalgo


Jenny Alfonso Relova
by Julio César Soler Barò. 
Miscelàneas de Cuba "La postmodernidad en el arte tropical de una mujer cubana", Sweden.



October 2013, By Poesia Lengua Franca. ARIQUE Poetry Magazine, Washington, United States.

July the 18th 2013, By Olga Connor. El Nuevo Herald, Miami, United States.

Februrary the 24th, 2013. By WILLIAM NAVARRETE. Jenny Alfonso Relova: una artista singular  El Nuevo Herald (Artes y Letras), United States.

05 avril 2009, By Julio César Soler Barò. Miscelàneas de Cuba "La postmodernidad en el arte tropical de una mujer cubana", Sweden.

Februrary 2007 By Elena Dopazo Paradela. FOTO3MAGAZINE, Madrid, Spain.

August 2005, Supplément J’y vais, Nice Matin, France.
August 2005, By Hervé Dattas. Nice Matin, France. 
December 2004, By Hervé Dattas. Nice Matin, France. 
November 2004, By Marc Horel. Catalogue Gerstaecker, France. 
June the 21th​, 2002, By Claude Roumagous. Journal du Sud-Ouest, Périgueux, France.
March 2002, By Jacobo Machover. La Gazette d’ Horizontes del Sur, Marseille, France.
March the 10th​, 2001, Le Courrier de l’ Ouest, France.
March the 5th​, 2001, La Nouvelle République du Centre-Ouest, France.
March the 10th​, 2001, By Anne-Laure Sizun. www.e-paris17è , France. 



February, 16th 2018   By Ana Varagas, Somoano and Roly Martin, Radio Caracol Miami, United States.

February, 9th 2018   By Karen Caballero and Marcano, Radio Marti, Miami, United States.

July the 18th, 2013    By Olga Connor. El Nuevo Herald, Miami, United States.

July the 7th, 2013   By Fernando Hidalgo, MEGA TV, in the "Show de Fernando Hidalgo" , Miami, Florida, United States.

July the 5th, 2013   By Juan Manuel Cao, in "El Espejo"  TELE AMERICA TV, Miami, Florida, United States.

August the 17th​, 2012   By WILLIAM NAVARRETE : Una entrevista en Diario de Cuba a Jenny Alfonso Relova (La Habana, 1976) artista cubana establecida en el pueblo de Sospel, trastierra de la Riviera Francesa.   
december 2004, By Hervé Dattas. Nice Matin, France.
september 2004, By Marc Horel. Catalogue Gerstaecker, France.
May the 8th, 2004, Spanish Television TV3, Dublin, Ireland.
June the 19th​, 2002, By Claude Roumagous. Journal Sud-Ouest, Périgueux, France. 
February the 20th​, 2002, By Jorge Alvarado. Radio Galère, Périgord, France.
August the 10th​, 2001, Le Courrier de l’ Ouest, France.
July the 10th​, 2001, La Nouvelle République du Centre-Ouest, France.
July the 5th​,2001, By Anne-Laure Sizun. www.e-paris17è , France.
March the 17th​,2001, Radio France International, Maison de Radio France, Paris, France.
March the 10th​, 2001, By Gaby Lteif. Radio Monte-Carlo for the Middle East, Paris, France.

Elena Dopazo Paradela , FOTO3MAGAZINE 2007


      (…) Jenny Alfonso Relova (a cheerful Cuban who changes her name as time goes by, depending on the country, uses, etc. Just ask for Jenny!) is the perfect example of one of those people who has a lot to say.

With a captivating sensuality, a tropical swing from the Caribbean that comes from every painting (in spite of the fact that she’s been living for a long time among cold Frenchmen), her work is full of strength and vitality. To view some of her work is like drinking a cocktail of ginseng, royal jelly and vitamins, as suddenly your feet take you away, you follow the pace, get into the dance, not knowing sometimes if you are next to an artist or a healer!

       Jenny has now been struck by a mood of reconstruction and puzzles. She plays with structures that connect in a different way in every moment, creating unbelievable positions for ballerinas, or goddesses of fertility, seeds of unreal colours (amazing golds and roses that only she can give warmth to) that are so often used in her compositions. Every work speaks for itself, with cuban music, magic and eroticism, allowing us to enjoy its shape through her experience and technique. 


        If you could put aside your reflection, you would let yourself enjoy her canvasses full of unbelievable musical instruments, pianos that become elephants, tubas becoming sea-shells. It is a great joy for the spirit to meet Jenny, as you feel the song coming out of her eyes, she offers you a glass ring she specially made for you in her French studio, and suddenly the minutes become undefined hours, and the hours rhythm, the strength and frailty of her paintings. 


         Then you let your feet follow her and her permanent smile.


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