Cuba Avant-Garde reflects an unbiased and open vision of Cuban art created since the 1980s, showcasing works by artists living not only in Cuba, but throughout the world, presented as members of an active conceptual and transnational community. Although works by Cuban artists address such topics as religious and political mythologies, emigration, and Cuban history, they also shed light on such themes as globalization, urbanism, the loss of local customs and traditions, and international terrorism. Cuba Avant-Garde features such internationally recognized artists as Los Carpinteros, Carlos Garaicoa, Yoan Capote, Kcho, José Bedia, Tomás Sánchez, Tania Bruguera, Magdalena Campos, and Flavio Garciandía. Programs presented with the exhibition will include Cuban films and lectures, and an opening celebration concert of Cuban jazz. Cuba Avant-Garde, a book about the Farber Collection, is currently available at Amazon.com, Books and Books, BarnesandNoble.com, and other online sites.