Monday September 26, 2016

Homoerotic Art in Cuba

In a conversation with Lidia Hernández Tapia, Eduardo Hernández Santos discusses his untraditional uses of photographic images, masculine beauty, and eroticism versus pornography.

Cuban Art in Miami: A Quick History Lesson from Ramón Cernuda

This spring, Ramón Cernuda of Cernuda Arte spoke at the Dialogues in Cuban Art symposium at PAMM. His topic: “Cuban Art in Miami, Past, Present and Future: Fifty Years in Fifteen Minutes.” Cuban Art News is pleased to present this valuable historical perspective, excerpted from his talk.

Sneak Preview: Carmen Herrera: Lines of Sight

At the media preview, Whitney director Adam Weinberg and exhibition curator Dana Miller spoke movingly about the Cuban-born Herrera’s art and her place in the art world. Cuban Art News offers an advance look at one of the season’s most highly anticipated exhibitions.

More Updates: Castañeda in Havana, Miradas indiscretas in Mexico City, Faces of Fidel in NYC

Consuelo Castañeda opens her first show in Cuba in almost 30 years, Rafael Domenech curates an exploration of domestic life in North Miami, and The-Merger solos in Tenerife. Photographer Eduardo García is a Magnum Award finalist, and a restored Memories of Underdevelopment screens at the New York Film Festival.

Update: Novoa in Havana, La Isla concreta in São Paulo, Sicre’s Eye in DC

Glexis Novoa opens a solo show at the Museo Nacional, Wifredo Lam opens in London, and Sandra Ramos explores drugs and Don Quixote in Mexico City. Carmen Herrera opens at the Whitney, Cuban Forever Revisited opens at the Pizzuti Collection, and El Acompañante heads to the Oscars.
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