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Rosa Lowinger

Rosa Lowinger is a conservator in private practice in Los Angeles and Miami focusing on modern and contemporary sculpture, architecture, and public art. Born in Cuba, she is the author, with Ofelia Fox, of Tropicana Nights: The Life and Times of the Legendary Cuban Nightclub.

The Women Behind the Cuban Archives

This past August, art historian Elizabeth Cerejido became the director of the Cuban Heritage Collection at the University of Miami Library. Rosa Lowinger dropped by for a chat about Cerejido’s plans for CHC, her ideas for challenging traditional thinking about the Cuban diaspora, and for bringing the collection to new audiences.

Saving the Surfaces: Rosa Lowinger on Cuba’s Facades & Decorative Finishes

From baroque to midcentury modern to eclectico cubano, many of the island’s historic structures are embellished with decorative features and integral artworks. In an article adapted from the Getty Conservation Institute newsletter, Rosa Lowinger talks about steps being taken to preserve some of the most visible elements of Cuba’s architectural patrimony.