Wednesday May 23, 2018

Videos

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.

VIDEO: Gustavo Pérez Monzón – The Artist as Teacher

Commenting on a recent workshop in Miami, Pérez Monzón shares his thoughts on teaching art to children, and a classic documentary from the 1980s shows him doing the same on the Island.

Update 2: El Libro de Job in Havana, Under the Same Sun in London, and Harlem/Havana Coming to New York

A tribute to Ramón Casas opens in Havana as René Rodríguez translates a biblical figure into geometric abstraction. Yornel Martínez and Allora & Calzadilla head to Japan, and Enrique Martínez Celaya heads to Dartmouth University.

Update Part 1: Performance Art in Havana, Tattooing History in Milan, Delahante Matienzo in Sweden

The Wifredo Lam Center takes an 18-day plunge into international performance art and a new prize for curatorship is announced. Luis Gómez opens a solo show in Barcelona, two Cuban artists “draw the line” in Los Angeles, and a work by Luis Cruz Azaceta joins a Bronx conversation on AIDS. 
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