Monday July 24, 2017

Update: New Biennial in Havana, Honorary Doctorate for Fabelo, and the “Cuban Spring” Continues in Chelsea

René Francisco opens a solo show in Havana, Glenda Léon, José Bedia, and Iconocracia come to the Grand Canary Islands, and That’s Cuba! opens in Venice. Aimée García solos in Los Angeles, group exhibitions open in Tampa and Tallahassee, and more Cuban artists—and galleries—come to New York.

Spotlight on Camagüey: The Museo Provincial General Ignacio Agramonte

Cubans and experienced travelers know the city of Camagüey as a treasure of colonial-era history and architecture. But not everyone knows that the city’s largest museum houses one of the strongest institutional collections of Cuban art outside Havana.

In Conversation: Sean Kelly and Lauren Kelly

At New York’s Sean Kelly Gallery, this month will see not one, but two solo shows by young Cuban artists. Cuban Art News publisher Howard Farber queried the gallery’s owner, Sean Kelly, and one of its directors, Lauren Kelly, about the exhibitions, their work with Los Carpinteros, and where they think Cuban art is headed.

Photo Walk-Through: Cuban Artists in The Illusive Eye

At El Museo del Barrio in New York, The Illusive Eye takes its inspiration from a 1965 show at MoMA about Op art and related movements. But this time, the emphasis is on Latin America—and Cuban artists are part of the mix.

Raúl Cañibano Ercilla: On Havana, the Cuban Countryside, and Documentary Photography

Raúl Cañibano is one of the most acclaimed documentary photographers working in Cuba today. In a Cuban Art News interview, Cañibano talks with curator and critic Yanelys Nuñez Leyva about his approach to photography, the themes he explores in his work, and the challenges of being a professional photographer in Cuba today.
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