Sunday February 25, 2018

Art

Edel Rodríguez, “The Preeminent Illustrator of the Trump Era”

Last week, Edel Rodríguez opened Agent Orange, a show of his work chronicling Trump’s presidential campaign and first year in office. We take a closer look at Rodríguez’s art, influenced by the posters of his Cuban childhood.

Art Market Update: Changes at Phillips Amid Increased Museum Momentum

Responding to what it called “an increasingly globalized market for the category,” Phillips announced last week that it was incorporating Latin American art into its ongoing international sales. The move comes amid an increasing international museum focus on Latin American and Caribbean art.

Update: Hammons in Havana, Balart in Toledo, Diago in Charleston, Bruguera at MoMA

Solo shows for Grethell Rasúa, Adrián Fernández, and Ernesto Javier Fernández in Havana, a group exhibition celebrates 200 years of the Academia San Alejandro, and David Hammons creates an intervention with the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes. José Parlá unveils a mural in Texas, and a new gallery opens in Harlem with a show of Cuban art.

6 Headlines… on Cuban Art & Culture

Here, we share stories that recently caught our eye—on Juan Roberto Diago, Memories of Underdevelopment, the jazz fest now going on in Havana, and more. 3 in English, 3 in Spanish, with excerpts in both languages.

5 Artists + 1 Curator on Climate Change: Cuba / USA

This past Friday, the exhibition Climate Change: Cuba / USA opened at the USF Contemporary Art Museum in Tampa. Here, the show’s artists—Javier Castro, Glexis Novoa, Celia y Yunior, and Tonel (Antonio Eligio Fernández)—and curator Noel Smith talk about their work, the show, and its themes.
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