Tuesday August 19, 2014

Preview: Cuban Films at Havana New York Film Fest

With more than 45 films from a dozen countries, including a retrospective of Cuban cinema before the Revolution, this year’s Havana New York Film Festival has enough footage to fill screens in Manhattan, Queens, and the Bronx. All this and CuCu Diamantes, too.

In Conversation: Alejandro de la Fuente on Drapetomanía and Grupo Antillano

This Friday, April 5, Drapetomanía: Exposición Homenaje a Grupo Antillano opens at Galería de Arte Universal in Santiago de Cuba. In an email interview, curator Alejandro de la Fuente talked about Grupo Antillano, their Afro-Cuban focus, and how their ideas continue to resonate in contemporary Cuban art.

Carlos Acosta's Journey

The internationally acclaimed dancer proposes a new direction for Cuban ballet.

Update: Martiel in Italy, Segura Goes Bicoastal, Olazábal Opens in Havana & Brussels

Carlos Martiel wins the 2013 Arte Laguna Prize and opens a solo show in Naples. Moisés Finalé takes a solo show in Havana, Gustavo Acosta & Carlos González double up in Miami, and Esterio Segura finally installs his public art project in New York City. 

Bebo Valdés: A Video Tribute

Three performances by the maestro of Cuban music, who died Friday at the age of 94
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