Monday December 11, 2017

Features

Horns to Havana Delivers the Goods

Born a year ago, after a trip to Cuba by Wynton Marsalis and his Jazz at Lincoln Center musicians, the Horns to Havana project recently made its first trip to the island, bringing instruments to students at four music schools. Sandra Levinson of the Center for Cuban Studies in New York, a project volunteer, writes about the visit.

Subasta Habana Celebrates Its Tenth Anniversary

On Tuesday, November 1—a week from today—Subasta Habana, Cuba’s official auction house, opens its tenth annual auction of Cuban art. Cuban Art News caught up with Subasta Habana’s director, Luis Miret, for a conversation about the first ten years and what’s coming next.

Evelio Govantes, Part Two: Art, Architecture, and Awards

Although the number of private collectors has increased dramatically worldwide, earlier collectors and collections of Cuban art are less well known. In the second installment in this two-part series, Cuban art historian Delia Ma. López Campistrous, a curator at the Museo Nacional and professor at the Instituto Superior de Arte (ISA) in Havana, continues her profile of a foundational figure in 20th-century Cuban art collecting: architect Evelio Govantes Fuertes.

Collectors and Collections: Evelio Govantes

Although contemporary Cuban art and artists are becoming well known internationally, and the number of private collectors has increased dramatically worldwide, earlier collectors and collections are less well known in Cuba and elsewhere. In this two-part series, Cuban art historian Delia Ma. López Campistrous introduces us to a foundational figure in 20th-century Cuban art collecting: the architect Evelio Govantes Fuertes.

Team Cuba Goes for the Grammys

Cuban music fared well in the competition for the 2011 Latin Grammys, as the Latin Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (LARAS) announced nominees earlier this month in 46 categories.
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