Friday May 26, 2017

Update: Cuban Art in Washington, DC, More Auction News, Elsa Mora at MoMA, and a Quick 2016 Preview

Los Carpinteros bring a panopticon to the Enlightenment, Cirenaica Moreira reframes masculine sensuality in “morbid flowers,” and some favorite works from the 12th Biennial find permanent homes in Havana. Seven Cuban artists are showcased in Washington, DC, and four more in Chelsea. We note a few more records from the autumn auction season, and an update for the Farber Collection website on Cuban art.

Bookshelf: Music, Humor, Photography, and a Bounty of Lam

From an insightful guide to cutting-edge art in Havana to a century of female vocalists—and the latest on Wifredo Lam—here are our picks for a season of art, music, literature, and more.

Haydée Milanés: "My father is certainly the greatest influence over my career."

Fresh from winning multiple Lucas Awards for her video clip Canción fácil, Haydée Milanés talks with Cuban Art News about upcoming projects, singing with her father, and what makes an ideal performance space.

VIDEO - Recap: Cuban Art at Miami Art Week

Between fairs, exhibitions, and events, Cuban art and artists were an active, high-profile presence in this year’s Miami Art Week. Here’s a quick recap of some of the highlights, with more to come over the next few weeks.

In Conversation: Carlos Machado

Today, the 37th International Festival of New Latin American Cinema opens in Havana with La Obra del Siglo, the acclaimed, award-winning film by Carlos Machado. Cuban critic and film historian Dean Luis Reyes speaks with the director about Nuclear City, La Obra del Siglo, and the challenges of international film production on the island.
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