Monday December 11, 2017


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. 

Tribute to Iván Nápoles: Revisiting the ICAIC Latin American News

This spring, cinematographer Iván Nápoles was awarded the 2016 National Film Award. In tribute to Nápoles and the ICAIC Latin American News, we present an excerpt from Diona Espinosa Naranjo’s interview with documentary director Francisco Puñal. 

Exhibition Close-Up: Diango Hernández, Theoretical Beach

In a metaphorical exploration of sea and shore, Diango Hernández ponders the Cuba of his imagination and—via the encryption of a famous speech—“the incapacity to read properly, understand properly” what we are trying to grasp.

Artists, Institutions, and “The Lost Generation”: Dialogues in Cuban Art, Part 2

In Part 1 of our report on “Dialogues in Cuban Art: An Artist Exchange Program between Havana and Miami,” Janet Batet focused on the panel outlining the history of Cuban art in Miami. Here, she turns to the heart of the symposium: the panels featuring artists and curators from both sides of the Florida Strait.
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