August 15, 2013A housefly caught in a photo of José Martí is the basis for a work by emerging artist Ranfis Suárez, in the exhibition ¡Tócate!, on view through August at Galería Habana. Havana writer Bárbara Máseda looks at Pinky Arrow in the broader context of art history—and Marcel Duchamp.
August 13, 2013The concept of “ideological diversionism” first emerged in Cuba in the early 1970s. Now, curator Wendy Navarro uses it as the springboard for a provocative inquiry into ideology and its impact on contemporary life, through the work of Lázaro Saavedra, Adrian Melis, and artists from Spain, Mexico, and Colombia.
August 08, 2013Drapetomanía comes to Havana, a new outsider art museum opens, Ibrahim Miranda opens a solo show, and the art collective Stainless plans a birthday surprise. SITE Santa Fe hosts an expansive installation by Enrique Martínez Celaya, Yoan Capote shows new sculpture in Easthampton, and Ernesto Pujol choreographs a performance in Istanbul.
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