Tuesday April 24, 2018

Julio César Pérez: “The city must be dreamed, designed and conceived for the future”

In Part 1 of this two-part interview, Pérez discusses the highlights of his current exhibition, the details of his ten-point approach to planning for Havana’s growth and development, and why all architects need to start out by designing houses.

“Cuba in Revolution:” Two Photographers Look Back

Roberto Salas and Elliott Erwitt took the stage at The Times Center in midtown Manhattan to recall their experiences covering the early years of Castro’s government. Moderated by media journalist Christiane Amanpour, the evening was presented in conjunction with the International Center of Photography’s exhibition "Cuba in Revolution."

Tiempo Libre Plugs into “My Secret Radio”

Blowing into New York City for last weekend’s Tiempo Libre concert, Jorge Gómez, the group’s pianist and musical director, offered Cuban Art News a sneak preview of their upcoming CD, My Secret Radio.

Fundación Cuba Avant-Garde Announces 2010 Grant Winners

Fundación Cuba Avant-Garde, the sponsoring organization for Cuban Art News, has announced the recipients of its first round of grant funding. A total of six projects were chosen from a field of 90 proposals submitted by U.S.-based cultural organizations, exploring different facets of Cuban art and culture.

Wifredo Lam Painting Sets New Record at Art Basel Miami Beach

Minutes after the opening of this year’s Art Basel Miami Beach fair, Cernuda Arte gallery sold Wifredo Lam’s 1944 painting Les Fiancés for $3 million, setting a new record for work by the artist. Cuban Art News spoke with Ramón Cernuda about the sale, Art Basel, and Cuban art.
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