Sunday February 1, 2015

Film News: Cuban Features, Documentaries, Awards, and More

Una Noche begins its U.S. run, Yosmani Acosta’s Pablo wins in New York, and Jorge Perugorría’s latest project starts filming in Havana. Cuban documentaries gain a new U.S. distributor, and DOCTV opens a competition for a new doc project on the island.

Preview: Cuban Forever at the Pizzuti Collection

This weekend, collector Ron Pizzuti’s new museum opens in Columbus, Ohio—and with it, a show of contemporary Cuban art and more in the sculpture garden. Here’s a sneak preview of Cuban art at the Pizzuti Collection.
 

Update: The Last Summer Shows, First Autumn Shows Debut

Armando Mariño and Ángel Delgado open solo shows in Copenhagen and Mexico City as Carlos Estévez and Marta María Pérez Bravo prepare for openings later this month. A tour of the Cuban Pavilion at Venice debuts online, the family of Mario Carreño launches a new foundation, and a show about Antonia Eiríz opens next week in Miami.

Yoan Capote: A Conversation at CUNY

At the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, Cuban artist Yoan Capote discusses his recent sculptures, his working methods, and the challenges and opportunities confronting artists in Cuba today.

Close-Up: Nocturnal (Navigation) by Teresita Fernández

Late last month, a major work by Cuban-American artist Teresita Fernández made its debut in Washington, D.C. Rafael DiazCasas takes a thoughtful look at Nocturnal (Navigation).
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