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Returning to Havana after an absence of almost three decades, Consuelo Castañeda presented her retrospective CCC 2016 at the restored Galería Orígenes in the Gran Teatro de La Habana Alicia Alonso. Tomorrow, she’s back with an art installation and sesión VJ in Vedado. In a chat with Rafael DiazCasas, Castañeda talks about her exhibition, the Cyber Cultural Center, and tomorrow’s event.
Continuing the interview with Rafael DiazCasas, Diego Sileo and Giacomo Zaza share more details of Cuba. Tatuare la storia (Tatooing History)--the exhibition’s formation, their own working dynamic, and the unique perspective that contemporary Cuban artists bring to the international art world.
In a conversation with Rafael DiazCasas, Diego Sileo and Giacomo Zaza, the curators of Cuba. Tatuare la storia, talk about the ideas behind the wide-ranging group show, their own working process, and how the show differs from the usual European perspective on Cuba.
Days before the “Dialogues in Cuban Art” symposium this spring, a panel discussion at CIFO threw the spotlight on a formative earlier era in contemporary Cuban art. Rafael DiazCasas offers a considered appraisal of “The Volume One Generation: The art scene in Cuba between 1978 and 1984.”
In the final installment of her three-part interview, Sandra Ceballos talks with Rafael DiazCasas about recent exhibitions and the Museo de Arte Maníaco.