Friday September 30, 2016

Miami Art Week: Top Spots for Cuban Art

Today, the most important art fair in the Western Hemisphere opens its doors—and with it, a flock of satellite fairs, gallery shows, and museum exhibitions take over Miami. Janet Batet offers an inside look on where to find Cuban art and artists this weekend.

Autumn Auction Report: Lam & Sánchez Whiz Past High Estimates, Other Artists Follow

With Wifredo Lam and Tomás Sánchez leading the pack as usual, a number of Cuban artists made a strong showing in an auction week dominated by the sale of the Lorenzo H. Zambrano collection.

VIDEO: A 6-Acre Portrait in Washington, DC

As our U.S. readers celebrate the Thanskgiving holiday weekend, we look back at a work of “land art” that Cuban-born artist Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada created in the nation’s capital: a composite portrait that he calls “a celebration of diversity.”

Photo Walk-Through: Yoán Capote’s Open Mind at Nuit Blanche, Toronto

Earlier this fall, we wrote about five Cuban artists participating in Nuit Blanche, the annual dusk-to-dawn art event in Toronto. Yoán Capote takes us through the creative process behind Open Mind, 2014, his outdoor installation for Nuit Blanche.

The Utility of History: Excavating the Past Through Art

La utilidad de la Historia (The Utility of HIstory) is a provocative show of emerging and established artists at Factoría Habana, on view through December 15. Mabel Machado looks at the exhibition with co-curator Alejandro Machado.
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