April 25, 2017Janet Batet surveys the art and career of Tomás Esson, and the tormented, mythological beings, erogenous plant life, and other motifs that populate his art, including the show that just closed in Miami.
April 20, 2017Pedro Pablo Oliva is a National Prize winner in the visual arts, and the Wifredo Lam Center is one of Cuba’s most prestigious art institutions. Havana-based art and visual media critic Hamlet Fernández ponders the lack of media coverage on the island for Oliva’s show, and its significance in the Cuban cultural dialogue.
March 07, 2017“Light is a metaphor of honesty,” curator Concha Fontenla writes in her introduction to Diógenes y la luz (Diogenes and the light). With this concept as their starting point, José Toirac & Octavio Marín embarked on a metaphoric search through contemporary Havana for the equivalent of the Greek philosopher’s “honest man.”