Saturday December 16, 2017

Exhibitions

From Havana & South Florida, a Post-Irma Art Update

It’s been not quite 3 weeks since Hurricane Irma struck Cuba and the Florida peninsula. In Havana and Miami, the art scene is starting its comeback. Gathered from official sources and informal communications with colleagues, here’s an update on both cities: museums, galleries, events, and a resignation.

From La Habana to El Barrio: Cuban Artists in Upper Manhattan

Havana artists Marlys Fuego and William Pérez have spent the past three months as artists in residence at El Barrio’s Artspace PS 109. We dropped by for a conversation as the artists installed their show, Self Illuminated, which opens tonight.

In “Pacific Standard Time,” Looking at a Digital Cuba

As “Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA” unrolls across Southern California, we continue to spotlight shows focusing on Cuba and Cuban artists. Here, we offer a look at the 10 artists in The Cuban Matrix.

Fall Preview: Art x Cuba, Abstracting History, Adiós Utopia & More

From Aachen, Germany to Lehigh, Pennsylvania, from Minneapolis to Miami and beyond, the fall season brings Cuban art into focus in group exhibitions, solo shows, and retrospectives. Here’s our guide to what’s coming up through November.

Abstract Art, CINTAS Fellows, and “A Curatorial Gambit”

Next week, the Coral Gables Art Museum opens Between the Real and the Imagined: Abstract Art from CINTAS Fellows. Curator Elizabeth Cerejido previews the exhibition and talks about the thinking behind it—and what makes the CINTAS collection unique in Cuban art.
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