Friday August 22, 2014

Update: Lam in Boston, Arrechea in NYC, Fabelo in L.A. (again), and Island Artists in Miami

Getting a jump on the fall season: a new exhibition puts Wifredo Lam into a global art context, Alexandre Arrechea opens in Chelsea, and Belkis Ayón prints go on view in upstate New York. Five Cuba-based artists open in Miami, and in Los Angeles, Roberto Fabelo adds a gallery show to his ongoing MOLAA exhibition.

Exhibition Walk-Through – Teresita Fernández: As Above So Below

In her largest solo exhibition to date, Teresita Fernández fills the galleries of MASS MoCA with works that respond in different ways to the massive, light-filled spaces of the former industrial complex. Here’s a quick photo walk-through of the exhibition, on view through March 2015.

Cine Cubano: A Film Round-Up

The latest crop of Cuban films includes animation, comedies, and documentaries, with works by both veteran directors and newcomers.

In Conversation: Guillermo Ramírez Malberti

This spring, Havana’s Center for the Development of Visual Arts hosted the show Como te cuento mi cuento (How I Tell You My Story) by Guillermo Ramírez Malberti. The artist spoke with Cuban Art News about the show and the evolution of his work.

Media Watch: More Cuban Art and Artists in the News

The art world’s summer slowdown hasn’t affected media coverage of Cuban art and artists. In this round-up: Coco Fusco, Teresita Fernández, The Miami Generation, Beyond the Supersquare, and more.
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