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Carilda Oliver Labra

Carilda: a poetess and a woman

By José Carlos de Santiago I have never been an austere woman in love. Never something else but just love led me to write verses, which perhaps burst out of me to manifest the indescribable beauty wit
Giraldo Piloto

International Festival Drum´s Party

Giraldo Piloto Barreto, president of the Fiesta del Tambor Festival, from a family of famous Cuban musicians, studied and graduated in 1980 from the National Arts School of Cuba. His first job was in t
Nelson Domínguez

Nelson Domínguez. A man who never stops...

By Alexis Triana As we speak, and as though nothing special were happening, he is sitting in the middle of the second story of his workshop-home located almost across the Plaza de Armas, which looks o
Gary Nader

Gary Nader: a premium interview

By Jorge Fernández Era The insistence from Havana was as huge as were my doubts whether I could make it or not. To interview Gary Nader in the Fair Zona Maco, where hundreds of journalists from the Me
OONA CHAPLIN

OONA CHAPLIN

I come from an intense and tremendous family tradition. We are five generations: John Onios, his great-grandfather Loubouyán Tarandín, my grandfather Charlie, my mother Geraldine and me. One branch is

Beirut Design Fair. 3 questions for Bénédicte Colpin

Today, Beirut is described as an outstanding "incubator" for a variety of artistic elds. In your opinion, what place does design occupy in this landscape, and what makes Beirut unique among other citie

Paradiso Offers the Most Autochthonous Elements of Cuban Culture

Juan Alberto Llanes Calaña, Business Manager of Paradiso, shared details on this agency’s work, which is focused on promoting Cuba as a cultural destination.   When and why was Paradiso created? We
 Carlos Acosta, a Cuban ballet dancer who is leaving the Royal Ballet to embark on a farewell tour of Britain.   Credit: Clara Molden

Carlos Acosta: 'Nobody who looks like me has ever played the roles I danced'

By Judith Woods   When Barack Obama touched down on the Havana tarmac last week, it marked an historic moment in Cuba’s history. The thawing of relations has been welcomed by a country that the U.

Gary Nader's Vision for the Miami Art World & Latin American Art

Regarded as one of the most successful gallery owners in the United States and Latin America, Lebanese-born and Dominican-raised art collector Gary Nader started his art career as the Director of Nader