Followers of contemporary Cuban art got a holiday surprise when, on Christmas Day, the French art-market website Artprice posted an “Art Market Insight” feature about Cuban art.
As he wraps up a two-month artist residency in New York City, Glexis Novoa talks about his art, upcoming shows, and sources of inspiration—from the contours of his Manhattan studio walls to residents of his Midtown neighborhood.
Late last month, art historian Aldeide Delgado launched the website Catálogo de Fotógrafas Cubanas (Catalogue of Cuban Women Photographers), a reference and resource—currently in Spanish only—for researchers, collectors, and others interested in Cuban women photographers and related topics. Cuban Art News spoke with her about the project and its future development.
The last time Jorge Otero came to New York, he dressed as a Cuban peasant for a performance work, listening for a stampede in Times Square. This time, he’s into vinyl, synthetic fur, and the multiple meanings of skin. Lidia Hernández Tapia pays a visit to Otero’s studio as he prepares to turn a photograph into sculpture.