Wednesday June 20, 2018

Art

Displacements, Diaspora and Exiles in Miami

On view through July 23, Uprooted/Transmigrations features the work of a dozen Cuban and Latin American artists. Cuban Art News talks with Abelardo Mena of the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes in Havana about his first exhibition in Miami.

A Laughing Matter: Caridad Blanco on Cuban Humor

La Ubre del Humor (The Udder of Humor), an exhibition of graphic humor, was presented in Havana this spring. Curator Caridad Blanco de la Cruz talks about the show—and Cuban humor in general—with Abelardo Mena, her collaborator on a forthcoming project.

Two Double Shows Explore Hidden Side of Cuban Art

The “¡Sí Cuba!” festival continues to bring intriguing visual artists and their work to New York this season, including two recent two-person exhibitions: Cosas Ocultas, pairing the work of Rocío García and Alberto Casado, and Body Memories, pairing the work of Cirenaica Moreira and Adonis Flores.

“Living in Havana” Brings Cuban Art Scene to New York

At the Marlborough Chelsea gallery, Abel Barroso, Roberto Diago, Kcho, William Pérez, and Ernesto Rancaño have filled two floors of gallery space, with works ranging from drypoint-etched plexiglass to installation art crafted from everyday objects. In all cases, notes exhibition organizer Pablo Vallecilla, the works examine what it means to be an artist “living in Havana.”

“Cuban Visions” Opens This Week in New York City

Opening May 26, Cuban Visions presents 50 works from 25 artists and artist teams. Curated by Mailyn Machado in Havana and Yandro Miralles in New York, the exhibition takes a broad look at contemporary Cuban art, presenting the work of artists living on the island and elsewhere in the Americas.
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