Visual Arts

¡Fuego! Our Top 5 Stories of 2018

From "Artes de Cuba" at the Kennedy Center to Tania Bruguera at MoMA in New York and Tate Modern, Cuban art and artists continued to expand their presence internationally in 2018. But the most popular stories were on other topics.

Across the Strait: This Week in Havana

As VIPs swarm the Art Basel preview and Miami Art Week moves into full swing, we shift the focus to the other side of the Florida Strait, where an ambitious slate of exhibitions is filling Havana’s museums and art spaces. Plus awards & other news from farther afield.

Miami Art Week – Cuban Art Beyond the Fairs

The fairs aren’t the only spots for Cuban art during Miami Art Week. Here’s our guide to exhibitions and events that put Cuban creators in the spotlight, during Art Week and after.

Miami Art Week 2018 – Cuban Art at the Fairs

Next week, the international art world will claim Miami as its headquarters, ushering in a hectic round of fairs, exhibitions, and events anchored by Art Basel Miami Beach. Here’s our guide to some of the top spots for Cuban art and artists at this year’s fairs.

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.