Tuesday November 25, 2014

Preview: Alexandre Arrechea on Park Avenue

With installation set to begin tonight, we caught up with Alexandre Arrechea yesterday as he walked up Park Avenue to check the sites for the sculptures in No Limit, his public art project scheduled to open this Friday.

Julio César Pérez: On Tradition and Timeless Architecture, Part 1

Last fall, Cuban architect and urbanist Julio Cesar Pérez spent a semester as a visiting professor at the School of Architecture of the University of Notre Dame, where he led a group of students in exploring the challenges facing Havana’s urban fabric and developing a project for a Museum of Cuban Architecture there. In the first in a two-part series, he reflects on the city and its built environment, the connections between Notre Dame and Havana, and the academic exchanges he facilitated this past year.

Cuban Art Roundtable 2013, Part 3: A Quick One-to-One with Marysol Nieves of Christie's

As a participant in our 2013 Cuban Art Roundtable, the Christie’s VP and specialist in Latin American art responded to questions sent to all members of the panel. But we couldn’t resist the opportunity to query her on a few more specific topics.

Seeking Julio Berestein

Photographer Julio López Berestein is an enigma in the history of Cuban art. Isachi Durruthy Peñalver offers some clues to his rediscovery and opens the door to further study of his legacy.

Cuban Art News Roundtable 2013: Part 2, Artists and Events

Individual artists and the international art market are lively topics of discussion, followed by a look ahead to exhibitions, projects, and events in the months ahead.
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