Tuesday September 1, 2015

Update: Esquivel in Spain, Getting “Real” in Tokyo, and Debating “God or Devil?” in Havana

Alexis Esquivel opens his first solo museum show in Europe in Las Palmas, Duvier Del Dago wraps up a residency in France, Our America comes to Miami, Permission to be Global opens in Boston, and a Soriano painting takes up residence in Southern California.

Exhibition Close-Up: Pavel Acosta: Stolen from the Met

Most artists create paintings from paint, but in Pavel Acosta’s case, it isn’t squeezed from a tube. It’s scraped—or “stolen”—off a gallery wall. Janet Batet takes a closer look at the conceptual underpinnings behind Acosta’s new series and exhibition, Stolen from the Met.

Exhibition Close-Up: Cuba: Art of the Fantastic

Havana curator Abelardo Mena Chicuri brings the imaginative visions of four emerging artists direct from the island to North Carolina.

Second Look: René Peña’s Dios Los Cría at Factoría Habana

This winter brought news of a show in Havana curated by artist-photographer René Peña, exploring his own creative trajectory, his influences, and the contemporary artists with whom he shares a sense of connection. Here’s a quick look at some of the works in Dios los cría (God Created Them).

Update: Designers and a Fictional Guajiro in Havana, Drapetomanía Hits NYC, and Camagüeyanas Open in Miami

Current shows on the island include a solo for Fernando Rodríguez and his fictional collaborator, the third edition of Curadores, Come Home! at Espacio Aglutinador, and an international gathering of Cuban designers. Curator Marivi Véliz organizes her first show in Miami, and Carlos Martiel closes soon in L.A.
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