Monday February 19, 2018


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.

Update: Fors Debuts in Miami, Los Carpinteros in Majorca, and Pérez and Fuego Walk the Highline

Eighties Generation artist José Manuel Fors arrives in Miami for his first show there, Los Carpinteros send a pretzel-shaped bed to Majorca, William Pérez and Marlys Fuego explore New York, and "Delirio Habanero" hits Miami--tonight.

Update: New Sanchez Book, “Schneebett” in Miami, and the Allstars Hit SOB’s

A recent book takes a fresh look at a Cuban mid-century modernist, Enrique Martinez Celaya adds a touch of frost to the Miami Art Museum, and New York musicians reinterpret the classic Cuban songbook.

Update: Campos-Pons in Nashville, Pérez & Fuego in NYC, Irina Elén in Miami

The first weeks of October will see María Magdalena Campos-Pons opening two exhibitions in Nashville, Tennessee as Cuban Art Space hosts William Pérez and Marlys Fuego and Miami’s Cernuda Gallery welcomes Irina Elén. Meanwhile, the Creole Choir of Cuba wraps up a month-long U.S. tour and L.A. museumgoers get a last chance for the photography show at the Getty.

Update: Mariño Wins Pollock-Krasner, Los Van Van Return, Teatro de la Luna in NC

Armando Mariño shares some good news, “the Rolling Stones of Cuba” play both U.S. coasts, and Havana’s famed Teatro de la Luna is coming to Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
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