The Cuban Culture Fair Arte en la Rampa celebrates 20 years and with the freshness of that age will be open to the public from next Saturday, July 6 and until September 1, at its usual headquarters of
With the opening of the expo Silencio, Alejandro Lescay Hierrezuelo opened its doors the 39th edition of the Caribbean Festival in Santiago de Cuba, dedicated to the Oriental Republic of Uruguay.
Takis at Tate Modern will bring together over 70 works, including a rarely-seen Magnetic Fields installation, musical devices generating resonant and random sounds, as well as forests of his pivotal Si
On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the death of Cuban journalist, poet and politician Nicolás Guillén, the foundation that bears his name has organized tribute days to his memory and legacy, wh
The Caribbean Tourism Organization has declared 2019 as the year of festivals in that region, coinciding with the celebration of the 39th Fire Fest in Santiago de Cuba.
The total size of the mural is 2.290 sqm. 44 m high x 52 m wide which makes it the biggest mural in New York.
Emblematic images of Havana are touring this Sunday three Chinese cities as part of the Authentic Cuba publicity campaign, which this time honors the 500th anniversary of the founding of Havana.
For six decades, Frank Bowling (b. 1934) has explored and expanded the possibilities of paint, influencing generations of artists through his spectacular kaleidoscopic and visionary paintings.
«A Tribute to Lebanon» explores Western creations inspired by Lebanon, from the eighteenth century to the present day, through artworks and historical objects from the eclectic and fascinating collecti
Wiith the joy that the popular and traditional celebrations awaken Arte por Excelencias getsto its 46th edition. From its cover, it reveals everything: a comparsa from Los Guaracheros de Regla (Cuba),
The aim is to highlight the work of artists traditionally excluded for reasons of gender, population groups or geographical origin.
Recently inaugurated in the Collage Habana Gallery, the Tres tristes tigres (Three Sad Tigers) exhibition is by its conception, very up to the purpose of the company to which it belongs, the Cuban Fund
In the Zielinsky Gallery in Barcelona, the young Argentinean artist Gonzalo Maciel (Buenos Aires, 1990) presents his recent works.
After almost 25 years of artistic career, two Latin Grammy awards won and numerous national and international awards, the Septeto Santiaguero was launched for its first tour of Cuba, presenting the CD