Saturday December 10, 2016

Back (Again) from Havana: A Report from the Publisher

Late last month Cuban Art News publisher Howard Farber and his wife Patricia made a short trip to Havana. Here is his impression of the city, six weeks after the December 17 announcement.

Looking Back: Ricardo Porro, Part 2

In memory of the architect, who died in December at the age of 89, here’s the second of two excerpts from an interview by Jorge Fernández, done in 2000, that appeared in the Cuban magazine Revolución y Cultura.

Exhibition Walk-Through: Esterio Segura at MoLAA

This past November, the Museum of Latin American Art opened Esterio Segura, the first comprehensive survey of his work presented by a museum outside Cuba. As the show nears the end of its run, Cuban Art News takes a photo walk-through of Esterio Segura.

Looking Back: An Interview with Ricardo Porro, Part 1

In 2000, Jorge Fernández—currently director of the Wifredo Lam Center and the upcoming 12th Bienal de La Habana—sat down with Ricardo Porro, the lead architect of the National Art Schools (now ISA). The conversation spanned two days. In memory of Porro, here is the first of two excerpts from that interview, which originally appeared in the Cuban magazine Revolución y Cultura in honor of Porro’s 80th birthday.

Update: The Bronx in Havana, Lam in Atlanta, and The Third Shore in València

The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes and Bronx Museum of the Arts announce a historic collaboration, the High Museum welcomes Wifredo Lam and José Parlá, and Glenda León takes over Matadero Madrid. Agustín Fernández inaugurates a new gallery in Manhattan, and a Cuban-Spanish documentary makes its New York debut at MoMA.
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