Tuesday September 26, 2017

Growing Up in Neverland: A Look at Cuban Art and Society

The group show, organized by Pinar del Río–based curator David Horta, brought Cuban art and artists to the University of Tampa. Janet Batet looks at the exhibition and some of its highlights.

Documentary Insights at the Havana Film Festival New York

Midway through the 2016 Havana Film Festival New York, film writer and documentary specialist Nadine Covert reflects on the Cuba-themed documentaries on the festival schedule.

An Art Table Conversation: Artists and Curators on Cuba Today

As the thaw in Cuba-US relations continues and Cuban art begins to appear in more North American galleries and museums, the US art world is catching up with panel discussions, presentations, and conversations. Art Table, a national organization promoting women’s leadership in the visual arts, recently gave one such program in New York. The Q&A with the audience was especially interesting.

Photo Walk-Through: Line Up in Havana

As the international art world continues to explore drawing as both a traditional and an experimental art form, Line Up offers a rigorous consideration of drawing in Cuban art. Grettel Guttiérrez Santos reflects on the recent show at Galería La Acacia.

Photo Walk-Through: Lázaro Saavedra: Base / Superestructura

In the exhibition showcasing his work as the winner of the 2014 National Art Prize, Lázaro Saavedra turns the two floors of the Wifredo Lam Center into an inquiry into the nature of art, inspired by Marxist philosophy.
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