From an essay on Cuban art collecting to a Billboard take on "el paquete" and the island’s music industry, this season has brought in-depth, thought-provoking coverage of Cuban art and culture. Here are our picks for must-read stories, plus a video.
As New Yorkers do their best to put a snowy winter behind them, HFFNY brings a welcome blast of Caribbean warmth to the city. With advance screenings starting this Friday, April 6, here’s a roundup of the festival’s Cuba-focused screenings and special events—for Cuba cinephiles everywhere.
CIFO announces a new exhibition space for Latin American art, Tania Bruguera is commissioned to create the 2018 installation in the Tate Turbine Hall, and Ana Mendieta comes to Berlin. Carlos Garaicoa opens in São Paulo, and Sandra Ramos opens in Miami.
Here, we share stories that recently caught our eye—on Juan Roberto Diago, Memories of Underdevelopment, the jazz fest now going on in Havana, and more. 3 in English, 3 in Spanish, with excerpts in both languages.
Introducing the speed-read for Cuban art events for the coming week. In this edition, top events in Havana, South Florida, New York, Madrid and beyond.