"Zilia Sánchez: Soy Isla" recently opened at the Phillips Collection in Washington, DC, where it runs through May 19. Janet Batet takes us through the exhibition and Sánchez’s seven-decade-long career.
Art historian and former museum director Carol Damian has curated numerous exhibitions for museums & galleries—most recently, Carlos Estévez: Entelechy, Works from 1992 to 2018 at the Tucson Museum of Art. Irina Leyva-Pérez caught up with her there for a chat about Estévez and many other artists, the upcoming Havana Biennial, and the current moment for Cuban art in the international art world.
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.
Curator Rafael Acosta de Arriba looks at the early experiments, heroic iconography, post-modern approaches, and other trends in Cuban photography from the 19th century to the present moment in “El imagen sin limites” (The Image Without Limits).