Wednesday September 17, 2014

Servando Cabrera Moreno: Eroticism, Revolution, Folk Arts

This month, the artist Servando Cabrera Moreno would have been 90 years old. Housed in the Villa Lita, the Servando Cabrera Moreno Library Museum preserves his multifaceted legacy. Museum director Lourdes Alvarez and curator Rosemary Rodríguez talk with Maya Quiroga Paneque about the artist and the museum.

Cinema Before the Revolution

Cinema historian Luciano Castillo, co-author of Cronología del cine cubano, presents a panorama of early Cuban cinema to audiences at the Havana Film Festival New York.

Update, continued: Miranda in Panama, Humanscape in New Jersey, and a Debut in NYC

Luis Cruz Azaceta and Luis Enrique Camejo share gallery space in Miami, Zilia Sánchez opens her first survey show in New York, and Cuban artists join group shows in London and New Jersey.

Update: Mendive in L.A., Cañibano in Australia, Cuba Contemporanea in Geneva

The spring art season is in full swing—so much so that we’re running two Updates this week to squeeze it all in. In this installment, the celebrations continue at the Museo Nacional in Havana, Manuel Mendive opens a retrospective in Los Angeles, and Cuban artists are featured in group shows in Gdansk, Geneva, Australia, Miami.

The Performance Art of Carlos Martiel: Blood, Epiphany, Revelation

On the heels of his first solo exhibitions in Europe and Central America, and shortly after winning the Arte Laguna Prize in Venice, performance artist Carlos Martiel talked about his work and the philosophy behind it with Rafael DiazCasas.
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