Monday August 31, 2015

Auction Preview: Laura González on Contemporary Cuban Art at Phillips

Phillips’ head of Latin American art talks about the first stand-alone section of Cuban contemporary art in a major auction—why it’s historic, why it’s happening now, and the lots to watch.

Photo Extra: Cuban Contemporary at Phillips

Last week, Phillips announced a historic first in their fall Latin American sale in New York: a special stand-alone section of Cuban contemporary art spanning the late 1960s to the present. Here’s a sample of works going under the hammer next Thursday, November 21.

Update: Abstraction and Anna in Miami, Cuba in Queens, and Felicitaciones to Our Editor in Havana

Multiple shows in Miami, a big opening in New York City, and several interesting shows in Europe are on the calendar this season. We celebrate Elsa Mora’s debut as a magazine cover star, and salute the Museo Nacional’s latest book.

Sneak Preview: Citizens of the World: Cuba in Queens

Tomorrow, the Queens Museum of Art in New York City celebrates its reopening with a day-long community celebration. The festivities include the opening of Citizens of the World: Cuba in Queens, a look at recent Cuban art on the island and beyond. Here’s a sneak preview of what museumgoers will find in the gallery this weekend.

Auction Season Preview: Special Section of Cuban Contemporary Art at Phillips

As a highlight of its New York Latin American sale, Phillips will spotlight contemporary Cuban art in a stand-alone selection of 27 lots.
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