Wednesday February 21, 2018

More Updates: Castañeda in Havana, Miradas indiscretas in Mexico City, Faces of Fidel in NYC

Consuelo Castañeda opens her first show in Cuba in almost 30 years, Rafael Domenech curates an exploration of domestic life in North Miami, and The-Merger solos in Tenerife. Photographer Eduardo García is a Magnum Award finalist, and a restored Memories of Underdevelopment screens at the New York Film Festival.

Update: Novoa in Havana, La Isla concreta in São Paulo, Sicre’s Eye in DC

Glexis Novoa opens a solo show at the Museo Nacional, Wifredo Lam opens in London, and Sandra Ramos explores drugs and Don Quixote in Mexico City. Carmen Herrera opens at the Whitney, Cuban Forever Revisited opens at the Pizzuti Collection, and El Acompañante heads to the Oscars.

Fall Preview: November

Our fall preview continues with a look at key museum shows focusing on women contemporary artists, modernist architects, and discoveries made in some of the Island’s least-explored wilderness areas.

Photo Walk-Through: Amanecer at Galería Habana

We normally think of Havana’s Galería Habana as a sedate, “white cube” space, where individual works of art are hung on the walls or installed on plinths, with identifying labels discreetly posted nearby. For Amanecer, his solo show and “intervention,” emerging artist Pablo Rosendo had other ideas.

Fall Preview: October

October brings a trio of firsts: the first solo US museum exhibition for Belkis Ayón, the first museum retrospective for designer Narciso Rodríguez, and the first in a series of Cuba-focused shows in Tampa. And Carlos Martiel joins a show of body transformation at the Frost.
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