Saturday December 16, 2017


Update: Azaceta in New Orleans, U.S. Photographers Snap Cuba, Havana Charrette Coming Soon

Luis Cruz Azaceta turns global affairs into art, U.S. photographers unveil their views of Cuba, and there’s still time to join urban planners and architects in Havana--and to toast Flavio Garciandía’s new show in L.A., or catch Yoan and Iván Capote in Havana.

Pérez in Havana, Urbanitas in Miami, and Bedia, Campos-Pons, and Celaya Closing Soon

Six videos by Marta María Pérez make their Havana debut, Urbanitas gathers an international crowd in Miami, and José Bedia’s 30-year retrospective nears the end of its run in L.A.

Update: Cuban Art at Nader Auction, Segura in Havana, Boleto Comes to MoMA

Lively bidding for Cuban art at Gary Nader debut auction, Esterio Segura solos at galería Servando, Boleto al paraíso encores in New York City, and Flavio Garciandía looks ahead to January.

Update: Capotes in Havana, Tomás Sánchez in Miami, Emilio Sánchez in the Bronx

Iván and Yoan Capote unveil a double show inspired by words, Tomás Sánchez switches to photography, and Emilio Sánchez leaves a colorful legacy to the Bronx Museum.

Update: Azaceta in New York, Vincench in Miami, Novoa in Atlanta, and Latin Grammys Tonight

This week, Cuban art is on display up and down the U.S. East Coast, the PINTA New York Latin American art fair opens, and Cuban musicians go for the gold in the Latin Grammys tonight.
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