Friday April 29, 2016

Cuba Rediscovers Clara Porset

Though acclaimed for her work in Mexico, designer Clara Porset is less well known in her native Cuba. Scholar Jorge R. Bermúdez discusses her life and legacy on the island with writer Mayra Pombo García.

Media Watch: Cuban Art and Artists in the News

With our U.S. readers about to begin the Fourth of July holiday weekend, we thought it would be a good time to catch up on some of the more interesting mentions of Cuban art and artists we’ve seen lately.

Update: Opening This Week, Closing Soon, and Running All Summer

Catching up on new solo shows by Roberto Fabelo, Diango Hernández, Sandra Ramos, and others in Europe, Los Angeles, Miami, and Havana. Plus group shows by Cuban women artists, realists versus paradise-seekers, and Cintas Fellowship winners. And shows closing soon for Adonis Flores, Angel Delgado, and more.

Curadores Come Home! III – The Pleasure of Anonymity

This spring, Espacio Aglutinador, the independent art space run by Havana artist Sandra Ceballos, hosted the third installment in her exhibition series Curadores, Come Home! Here’s a photo-walkthrough of the show.

Exhibition Close-Up: Candelario’s Equipajes Personales at Dimensions Variable

In Havana, the artist Candelario Lassa is known for ambitious, community-based art projects in the city’s San Agustín district. This spring, members of the Miami community got to experience Candelario’s socially committed art. Janet Batet gives us a closer look at Equipajes Personales.
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