Wednesday November 22, 2017

Antonio Rodríguez Morey: The Last Romantic

Although the current art scene is a major focus for Cuban Art News, we also like to look back at earlier artists and eras. We are pleased to share another essay by MSc. Delia Ma. López Campistrous, curator at the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes—this one on the early 20th-century artist Antonio Rodríguez Morey.

Another Update: Erotic Art in Havana, Larraz in Venice, and a Theoretical Beach in Germany

Shows by Félix González-Torres open in London, Milan, and NYC, Diango Hernández brings Theoretical Beach to a castle in Germany, and Wilfredo Prieto solos in Mexico City. Julio Larraz opens in Venice, Drapetomanía travels to Chicago, and Cuban photography opens in Midtown NYC. So do Septeto Santiaguero.

Update: Arrechea in Havana, Cuban Art in the Hamptons, and a Career Award for José Rosabal

Cool War brings international game art to the Lam Center, Geandy Pavón and José Manuel Mesías share a gallery in Miami, and Roberto Chile opens a photo show in Chelsea. (Art)xiomas opens in Washington, DC, Tania Bruguera receives an honorary doctorate, and Cuban art makes a splash at Art Hamptons.

Urbanism, Preservation, and Planning Ahead in Habana Vieja

As the 14th Conference on the Management and Administration of Historic Centers wrapped up in Havana, Maya Quiroga caught up with Patricia Rodríguez Alomá, director of the Master Plan for the Comprehensive Revitalization of Old Havana.

Artists, Institutions, and “The Lost Generation”: Dialogues in Cuban Art, Part 2

In Part 1 of our report on “Dialogues in Cuban Art: An Artist Exchange Program between Havana and Miami,” Janet Batet focused on the panel outlining the history of Cuban art in Miami. Here, she turns to the heart of the symposium: the panels featuring artists and curators from both sides of the Florida Strait.
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