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A Passion for Humor

One of those indispensable books is no doubt A History of Graphic Humor in Cuba, launched in 2007 as part of the History of Graphic Humor collection directed by the General Foundation of the Alcala de

The Alternative Biennial

Without ferreting out the factors that make these peculiar occurrences happen, I may say from the word go that there’s a clear-cut overspill of artistic contents, their forms, their expositional struct

Traveling with Camejo

A city vision, in which the light draws the full scope of the night, is the image that serves as backdrop for this book entitled “Luis Enrique Camejo Vento.” The nature of this proposal and the concept

Cariebbean Art, THE LAST DECADE OF THE 20TH CENTURY

In the exhibition field of the 1990s, the Caribbean was painting a non-homogeneous, yet commonly exploratory picture that was revealing itself worldwide as emerging anti-hegemony art. But at the same t

WE, THE MOST UNFAITHFUL

Let’s begin with a common, equally necessary place to lodge ourselves in the point we want to get to. Any compilation is, in its most natural essence, a say-it-to-yourself, an action which is not strip

VOICES LIKE ECHOES

The fact that America is a young people is borne out, first of all, by the very history of the United States. The arch of sense that would fundamentally span from the 2000 to the 2008 presidential elec

EXCELENCIAS GALERY, A new space in Madrid for the Contemporary Art

The Excelencias Gallery, a space devoted to the promotion, exhibition and sale of contemporary art, will swing its gates wide open to showcase the most representative artworks within the main fine arts

Jose Bedia:Our obligation of going cross-cultural

Unlike artists whose esthetics have been more or less centripetal –that is, art-centric, directed toward the historic vortex of the Western culture– Jose Bedia’s has proved to be, on the contrary, comp

A Tico in Habana

If archives were not to be delved into and were scorned as simply useless and lugubrious places, we’ll be taking the risk of letting boldface names like Max Jimenez Huete (1900-1947) fall into oblivion

RUFO CABALLERO’S EXPIATION WATERS

Many a work has been written and published about the Cuban art of recent years, so many that it seems as if the great boom that our artistic creation enjoyed all throughout the 1990s were still alive a