Wednesday December 13, 2017

Exhibitions

Seduced by Havana: Images by Cathryn Griffith

When American photographer Cathryn Griffith journeyed to Cuba in 2003, she discovered music, the Cuban mojito, and the equivalent of an urban architectural museum. In the streets of Havana, Griffith found styles dating from the late 19th century onward: Eclecticism, Neo-Gothic, Edwardian, Art Noveau, Art Deco, and mid-century Modernism—all transformed by the impact of the Cuban Revolution on January 1, 1959.

Havana Pop: The City Hosts International Pop Art

The exhibition gives the Cuban public an opportunity to enjoy works by 25 important artists of this influential movement, which spread throughout Europe and the US during the 1960s.

José Bedia at the Puerto Rican Museum of Art

“¿Cómo empezó todo?” (How did everything begin?) is the provocative title for the first solo exhibition by Cuban artist José Bedia.

Tania Bruguera at the Newberger Museum of Art

Recognized for her performance art since the 1980s, Tania Bruguera has presented her work at many museums and international exhibitions, such as Documenta 11,  three Venice Biennales, and the Tate Modern, London. Now, the Neuberger Museum of Art in Purchase, New York presents On The Political Imaginary, the first survey of interdisciplinary work by the Cuban-born artist.

Félix González Torres Retrospective in Brussels

A major traveling exhibition of the work of Cuban-born artist Félix González Torres will premiere at Wiels, a contemporary art center in Brussels, Belgium.
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