Whether made in Havana, Miami, or elsewhere, contemporary Cuban art already has a video channel on YouTube. Experimental videos, performances, documentaries, and short fiction films show the hidden face of current Cuban art.
Written by Juan A. Martínez, a Miami-based scholar of modern Latin American art, Carlos Enríquez, The Painter of Cuban Ballads delves into the life and work of one of the island’s most renowned artists.
March 22-27, Havana will host “Havana Urban Design Charrette,” the fourth international workshop on urbanism and architecture to focus on planning and development of the city’s waterfront neighborhoods.
The Malba – Costantini Foundation Museum of Latin American Art, one of Argentina’s most prestigious modern art museums, will present an ambitious look at Cuban art and modernity in the crucial decades 1920-1940.