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.
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.
Contemporary works from Mexico, Central and South America, and the Caribbean explore photography's shifting aesthetic. Cuban artists on view include Alexander Arrechea, Carlos Garaicoa, Marta María Pérez, and Manuel Piña.
With more than 50 works by 40 Cuban-born artists, Cuba Avant-Garde: Contemporary Cuban Art from the Farber Collection offers an international perspective on Cuban art from the mid-1980s to the present.