Tuesday February 21, 2017

Videos

Does Artist Predict The Beginning of the End?

In a conversation with Lidia Hernández Tapia, Rachel Valdés talks about making public art for crowded city spaces, the relationship between installation art and painting, and the challenges of bringing her art to Times Square.

Update: Photography Hot in Havana, Arrechea  and Darié in Miami, Azaceta in New York

Noviembre Fotográfico continues in Havana, Néstor Arenas opens tonight in Miami, and Tresart opens its new Wynwood space with a show of Sandú Darié. Luis Cruz Azaceta opens his first New York solo show in five years, and abstract animations by Emilio Pérez take over Times Square every night this month.

Update: Ayón in LA, La isla concreta in Sao Paulo, El silencio de Duchamp in Havana

In Havana, La Ciudad de las Columnas showcases the photographs of Ramón Martínez Grandal, while a cross-section of artists unveil works in London. Women artists respond to Ana Mendieta in Arizona, Cu4atro Caminos comes to Miami, and six Cuban artists head to Brooklyn in 2017. 

VIDEO: The Arcades of La Habana

As the northern hemisphere moves into the “dog days” of August heat and humidity, we share a celebration of the arcades that define so much of Havana’s enduring architecture, in a video slide show by Cuban-born, Florida-based architect Ángel C. Saqui.

Update: Gárciga in Havana, Los Carpinteros in Brazil, Bruguera in London

Los Carpinteros open a four-city exhibition tour in São Paulo, Diango Hernández prepares a gift for the Museum Ludwig in Cologne, and changes are announced at the Office of the Historian of the City of Havana. The Nasher Sculpture Center acquires works by Ana Mendieta, and women skateboarders take to the streets in Havana and the Bronx—on video.
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