Friday October 31, 2014

Update: Summer Shows Open in Miami, Tampa, NYC, Zurich, More

This weekend sees the opening of a flock of summer exhibitions, with more continuing their runs and two others opening next week. Plus Mendieta at the Met, Out in the Tropics, and a discount code for Unfinished Spaces on DVD.

The Cuban Pavilion at Venice, Part 2: Tonel and Sandra Ramos

Yesterday, we began our series on Cuban artists at the Venice Biennale. Today, we continue with two more artists whose work is included in the Cuban Pavilion: Sandra Ramos and Tonel.

At Venice Biennale, Cuban Pavilion Explores “The Perversion of the Classic”

This past Saturday, June 1, the 55th Venice Biennale officially opened to the public—and with it, the second Cuban Pavilion to be presented at the event. To celebrate the opening, Cuban Art News gathered statements from the Pavilion’s curators and three of its artists for a closer look at the exhibition and its concepts.

Auction Report: Strong Showing by Carreño, Lam, Herrera, and Sánchez

In this week’s Latin American sales at Sotheby’s and Christie’s in New York, Cuban works turned in solid results—and a handful did better than that.

Rebel: A Cuban-American Woman in the U.S.Civil War, Part 2

The documentary Rebel, which aired on public television last week, reveals the little-known story of Loreta Janeta Velázquez (1842-c. 1902), the daughter of a wealthy Cuban family who disguised herself as a man and fought in the U.S. Civil War as a Confederate soldier. The film’s director, María Agui Carter, talks about her research for the documentary with Cuban Art News.
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