Tuesday April 25, 2017

VIDEO - Film Update: Carmen Herrera, MoMA, and a Cuban Oscar entry…from Ireland

Havana Formell to premiere in France, the Carmen Herrera film screens in New York, and the Carlos Varela film The Poet of Havana is coming to HBO. MoMA screens UNESCO-recognized Cuban newsreels, and Ireland sends a Havana coming-of-age story to the Oscars.

Julio Larraz: “This is the golden time for Cuban art”

On the eve of his recent gallery opening in Chelsea, Julio Larraz met with Cuban Art News publisher Howard Farber for a second, wide-ranging conversation. On the agenda: art, collecting, sources of inspiration, and the “imaginative, powerful, awe-inspiring” work of contemporary Cuban artists.

Update: Oraá Wins Premio Nacional, Galería Habana Heads to NY Armory, Bruguera Shortlisted for Boss Award

Two Garaicoa shows open in San Juan, Mariño solos in Copenhagen, and emerging artists go on view in Mexico City. The Met offers lectures on Cuban art, and Boffo commissions Cuban art on Instagram. 

In Conversation: Lorenzo Fiaschi of Galleria Continua

On Friday, November 27, Galleria Continua opens its first show in Havana. With preparations underway, Cuban Art News publisher Howard Farber interviewed Lorenzo Fiaschi, one of the gallery’s three partners and directors, about Cuban art, artists, and what comes next.

Cuban Ballet Meets Silicon Valley: Carreño Presents Alonso’s Giselle

Last month, the Silicon Valley Ballet presented the first U.S. performance of Giselle, the ballet classic as choreographed by Cuban ballet legend Alicia Alonso. Elizabeth Schwall takes a look at the ballet, the dance company led by José Manuel Carreño, and the influence of Cuban ballet worldwide.
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