Sunday February 18, 2018

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Miami Art Week - Cuban Art & Artists at the Fairs

From top-tier Chelsea galleries to venerable Miami strongholds and intrepid Havana outposts, Cuban art is turning up in more and more Art Week booths—especially at the flagship Art Basel Miami Beach. Here’s our roundup of where to see Cuban art in the 2017 fairs.

Miami Art Week – Cuban Art in Museums, Art Spaces, Galleries

Art Week starts early for Cuban art, with the first exhibition openings this Friday and more shows already running in museums and galleries around town. Here’s a roundup of shows to catch before—and during—the fairs.

November = Photography in Havana

It’s not every city that turns itself over to photography on an annual basis, but Havana has been hosting Noviembre Fotográfico for more than a decade. As the month draws to a close, Lidia Hernández Tapía looks at some of the notable exhibitions and events.

Auction Recap: Strong Showing for Cuban Contemporary Amid Mixed Results for Latin American

In an interesting turnaround this auction season, Wifredo Lam and his 20th-century contemporaries weren’t the focus for Cuban art. Instead, contemporary Cuban art took the spotlight, turning in solid results and setting impressive new records.

Update: CDAV Salon & Noviembre Fotográfico in Havana, Viso Steps Down at the Walker, Bruguera Coming to MoMA

Carmen Herrera’s Whitney show opens in Germany, Marta María Pérez Bravo opens in Havana, and Esterio Segura’s winged hearts fly into Tampa. New York’s Cuban Art Space sets up shop in Minneapolis, and Cuba and the Cameraman premieres on Netflix.

Preview: Cuban Art in Next Week’s Latin American Sales

Next week, the three major auction houses hold back-to-back Latin American art sales starting Tuesday morning, November 21. While we await the results for Cuban artworks in the mainstream contemporary sales—previewed last week—here are the Cuban lots to watch in next week’s sales.

Awards! Choco, Lissette Solórzano, and El Silencio de Duchamp Are Among the Winners

Earlier this month, Cuban art world saluted some of its distinguished longtime members—and a few emerging voices—with this year’s national prizes in the visual arts and curatorship, and the Guy Cisneros prizes for art criticism. Here’s a roundup of the winners and honorable mentions, and a photography award in Italy.

Preview: Contemporary & Online Latin American Sales

Last summer, Sotheby’s announced that it was incorporating contemporary Latin American art into its mainstream sales. We follow up with a look at Cuban lots in next week’s contemporary auctions, and highlight the Cuban lots to watch in Christie’s online Latin American Art sale.

Olga Viso on Adiós Utopia, US-Cuba Relations, and the Changing Role of Museums

This Saturday, Adiós Utopia: Dreams and Deceptions in Cuban Art Since 1950 opens at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. We took the opportunity to speak with the museum’s executive director—herself a noted Latin American art scholar—about the exhibition, the wave of Latin American and Cuban shows in US museums, and the changing role of museums in this cultural moment.

Prehistoric Art in Punta del Este, Cuba

In 1937, archaeologists explored a cave in Punta del Este and documented petroglyphs found there. Art historian José Ramón Alonso Lorea presents some rarely seen photographs taken in the cave, and discusses the importance of this site.
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