Sunday October 23, 2016

In Conversation: Elio Rodríguez

This month, artist Elio Rodríguez completes a semester-long fellowship in Harvard University’s Afro-Latin American Research Institute and Hutchins Center for African & African American Research. In an email interview, he talks about the experience and what comes next.

Cuban Pavilion at Venice: Exploring Reality, Memory, and Dreamscape

Opening this weekend, the Cuban Pavilion at the Venice Biennale brings the work of four Cuban artists into dialogue with work by artists from Afghanistan, China, Italy, and Russia.

Pedro Ruiz: A Dancer and His Roots

This spring, Pedro Ruiz, the former Ballet Hispanico dancer now choreographer, was named associate artistic director of Ballet Contemporáneo Endedans de Camagüey. In a lively conversation with Cuban Art News co-publisher Patricia Farber, Ruiz talks about his new position and what it means for him to be working in Cuba again.

Biennial Preview: Wild Noise at the MNBA

At the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, an exhibition by the Bronx Museum of the Arts kicks off a two-year collaboration between the two institutions. Timed to coincide with the Biennial, Wild Noise brings urban art from the Bronx Museum’s collection to the Havana art scene.

Update: Finalé in Havana, Quintana in NYC, Leyva Novo in Arizona, Dr. Zira in Berlin

Sandra Ramos opens a solo show in Miami, Aluna Art Foundation inaugurates a new home, and two Cuban-born artists are part of the new Whitney Museum’s first show. The island’s organic farming is a hit on the US film circuit, and Teresita Fernández prepares an installation for Madison Square Park.
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