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portada disco Escape

Music on the move

In the first work by Alberto Lescay Castellanos, the CD Escape, one feels the profound vocation of this artist for the journey, for defending what he has received in this coming and going around the wo
Andy Montañez

Andy Montañez now has the keys!

For Andrés Montañez Rodríguez, the gates of Cuba have always been open since his first travel to the island in the eighties. Popularly known as Andy Montañez, he has chosen to be a singer by vocation,
Morfología psicológica. Roberto Matta

Roberto Matta´s useful lesson

Roberto Matta had a fruitful identification with the Cuban social and cultural process in its first decades. He created, in the Escuela Nacional de Arte (National School of Art,) a workshop with a grou
Trinidad

Ah, Trinidad of my loves!

Nothing surprises us anymore about the telluric force that the artistic movement has in the Trinidad of Cuba: it was necessary to see the dozens of creators of several generations that gathered for the
Omara Portuondo

Omara Portuondo, Three times

What most clearly defines Omara Portuondo is her Cubanness, which does not imply isolation, but assimilation and opening from and towards universal channels.
Giselle

National Ballet of Cuba: Cultural Heritage of the Cuban Nation

The National Ballet of Cuba reach, to the pride of all, its seven decades of glorious struggle, event that marks a milestone not only in the scope of our stage dance but also in the history of our nati
Seminario Trinidad

To have the vision of the Condor

It will soon be a decade since the birth of Arte por Excelencias in the clamor of the 2008 Havana Biennial, and it was to the Colombian capital and its contemporary art fair where we arrived later with
Tamara Lempicka

The glamourous Art Decó by Lempicka

Unmistakable and personal, the work of Tamara Lempicka condenses a whole aesthetic stream that stood out in the first third of the last century while she managed to define herself and to mark a style o
Ciudad de Matanzas

Vade Mecum of the City of Matanzas

A character of Paul Bowle inThe protecting sky left one thing clear. It’s not the same being a tourist that being a traveler. Travelers never know when they are returning home. They don’t know if they
Plaza del Himno

A little piece of homeland

I have a Cuban-American friend who recently visited us. She had not walked the streets of Bayamo before. Needless to say, she was subjugated by the cleanliness and architecture of the city. I led her