Thursday July 31, 2014

Exhibition Walk-Through: Adonis Flores at Galería Habana

Earlier this month, Adonis Flores: Malos Pasos (Missteps) closed at Havana’s Galería Habana. Here’s a quick photo walk-through of the exhibition—including one of the most memorable artworks to appear during the soccer-mad World Cup season.

Summer in Havana: 4 Shows at the Museo Nacional

The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes is buzzing this season, with new and upcoming shows that include a centennial salute to Cundo Bermúdez, close to 100 prints by Salvador Dalí, a 10th-anniversary print show celebrating the Hispanoamerican Cultural Center, and a show of work by nine African-American artists, along with the artists themselves.

Bookshelf: Cuban Contemporary Art, Design, Great Houses, and of Course, Padura

From Havana at its most stylish to four generations of women in an Afro-Cuban religious family, here are our picks for reading, reference, and leisurely browsing—plus an e-book by our Havana editor.

In Conversation: Roberto Fabelo on Fabelo’s Anatomy

Last month saw the opening of Fabelo’s Anatomy, Roberto Fabelo’s first solo exhibition in a U.S. museum. In a brief email interview, the artist talks about the show, the Malecón as a subject in his work, and what it’s like to use an antique book as the basis of his art.

Update: Summer Shows in Havana, Río, Mexico City, Andalusia and NYC

Havana’s Villa Manuela Gallery celebrates its 10th anniversary, René Francisco opens a solo show in Brazil, a Miami photo show puts a contemporary spin on Afro-Cuban spirituality, Tania Bruguera speaks at the Guggenheim next week, and Coco Fusco heads to MIT this fall.
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