Monday April 27, 2015

Exhibition Reflections: NoWhere, or the Aesthetics of Detachment

Last month, Cuban-born artist Juan Pablo Ballester had his first Miami exhibition at the Farside Gallery. Dennys Matos spotlights the artist and his work in a close-up look at the solo show NoWhere.

Auction Addendum: The Jaws of Life at Sotheby’s

The work by The-Merger zoomed past its high estimate in last week’s Sotheby’s sale.

Auction Week Wrap-Up: Top Quality Works Shine in the Sales Rooms

Cuban contemporary art took a turn in the spotlight this week, especially at the Phillips sale, while outstanding works by Wifredo Lam and Tomás Sânchez turned in predictably strong results for Christie’s and Sotheby’s.

A train arrives in Vedado: Anna in the Tropics

This weekend, the Teatro El Público-FUNDarte production of Anna in the Tropics debuts at Miami’s Colony Theater. But last month, the ten-year-old play had its premiere in Havana. Cuban Art News contributor Norge Espinosa was on hand to share his impressions.

Auction Preview: Laura González on Contemporary Cuban Art at Phillips

Phillips’ head of Latin American art talks about the first stand-alone section of Cuban contemporary art in a major auction—why it’s historic, why it’s happening now, and the lots to watch.
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