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Uncovering a Hidden History, Part 2 – Women Photographers in Cuba

In photography, the new era found an ideal tool for transmitting its aesthetic and political values. With that in mind, it is surprising to find, in the second half of the century, a comparatively small number of women photographers. Here, Aldeide Delgado continues the history of women photographers in Cuba.

Bésame mucho: Eduardo Ponjuán and His Double

In conjunction with his receiving the 2013 Cuban National Award in the Visual Arts, Eduardo Ponjuán’s solo exhibition is currently on view at the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes. Maeva Peraza reflects on Eduardo Ponjuán: Bésame mucho.

Historical Close-Up: Modern Cuban Painters at MoMA, 1944

Last month, the Bildner Center for Western Hemisphere Studies presented a program on “Modern Cuban Art in New York: The MoMA Exhibition of 1944.” Alejandro Anreus, professor of art history and Latin American/Latino Studies at William Paterson University, led off with a talk about the exhibition, its genesis, and its impact on Cuban art.