Tuesday July 29, 2014

A New Streetcar for Miami

Reflecting the city’s many Latin American and Caribbean influences, El Ingenio Teatro re-envisions Tennessee Williams’s classic drama in a striking new production.

Tonel: “I’ve never stopped feeling Cuban”

As his solo exhibition at Factoría Habana enters its final weeks, Tonel discusses his creative process—and the differences between Havana and Vancouver—with Karina Durant

Update: Leyva Novo in Sweden, Gárciga in Mexico City, Pérez in Amsterdam

Reynier Leyva Novo opens a solo show in Sweden; so does Douglas Pérez in the Netherlands. Eduardo Ponjuán solos at Galería Habana, Miguel Florido comes to Coral Gables, Luis Gárciga opens in Mexico City, and Global Cuba Fest kicks off in Miami.

Armory Week, NYC: Where to See Cuban Art

Like every major art fair, New York’s Armory Show brings with it a swarm of additional fairs, exhibitions, and events. Here are three that turn the spotlight on contemporary Cuban art.

Julio César Pérez, Part 2: Three Projects for Havana

In the second of his two-part series, architect and urbanist Julio César Pérez discusses the three projects that, with the assistance of Havana architects and urban planners, drew the creative energies of University of Notre Dame students and faculty: a mixed-use infill building, the inventive restoration of a classic Havana palacio, and a new museum of Cuban architecture.
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