Sunday February 18, 2018


Update: Cuban Art in Texas, Humberto Castro in Paris, and More on the Bienal

The Blanton Museum explores the emergence of contemporary Cuban art, Humberto Castro’s dreamlike imagery surfaces in Paris, Manuel Mendive’s garabatos grace a gallery in Tenerife, a U.S./Cuba/U.K. coproduction premieres at the Tribeca Film Festival, and a Bienal exhibition gets a website of its own.

Update: Cuban Art and Architecture in Miami, Arrechea in New York, and a New Humor Blog Launches

A Cuban exhibition comes to Miami’s arteaméricas 2012 show, a Cuban architect comes to the Miami International Film Festival, and a New York Cuban photographer continues at Miami’s Hardcore Contemporary Art Space. Alexandre Arrechea opens in Manhattan, a Cuban-American curator prepares a show for Havana, and a new Cuban humor blog makes its debut.

Update: Garaicoa at Centre Pompidou, Ana Albertina in Miami, and a Retrospective in Havana

Kcho opens an unusually large and comprehensive retrospective in Havana, a Carlos Garaicoa installation goes on view in Paris while a show at his studio runs through this week only, and a former member of the Puré art collective opens a solo show in Miami.

Update: Acosta and Barroso in Madrid, Aguilera in Atlanta, a Castañeda Homage to Gego, More

Two acclaimed artists make their solo gallery debuts in Madrid, Aguilera opens a museum drawing retrospective, Habañeros get a look at photographer Michael Dweck’s jet-set vision of life in the capital, and an outstanding collection of international contemporary art is coming to Havana for the Bienal.

Update: Garaicoa Curates in Madrid, Peña in Salamanca, and “Chico & Rita” Comes to NYC

Carlos Garaicoa curates an exhibition with an unusual concept, Umberto Peña leaves Pop Art behind, a show of Cuban artists’ books makes a stop in New England, and just in time for the Oscars, the jazz animation Chico & Rita finally makes it to New York.
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