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Excelencias Group Presents the 2019 Excelencias Cuba Awards

When art reaches excellence

Only a few hours ago, in the Sala Avellaneda of the National Theater, the Excelencias Awards Cuba 2019 ceremony was concluded, which on this occasion were nuanced by the presentation of the Havana 500 Special Award, echo of the celebrations for the half century of the Cuban capital, a party in which the Excelencias Group, chaired by José Carlos de Santiago, through its publications or using other information media, provided special coverage.

Agbón Ilé

The Orí. El Òrìsà personal exhibition is just another excuse to take back on Santiago Rodriguez Olazabal’s artwork, one of the esthetic proposals that better brings together the rituals,

The edge and the boundary: Libia Posada’s work

Artistic practices are “ways of doing” that take part in the general distribution of the ways of doing and in its relationships with the ways of doing and the forms of visibility. <

Preserving The Caribbean’s Modern Architecture*

The relative similarity in key aspects, like weather and geography, coupled with the wise and talented interpretation of these conditions by the local and foreign architects who designed works in diffe

There’s something going on in Central America

Central America has entered a new era and reached a point of no return

Tenth Cuenca Biennial. Reality and new times

Q & A with Head Curator.

The Young Looks

Watching the youngsters still seeing Casa de las Americas as a space of recognition and promotion for their fledgling careers is a satisfaction for those who started out that project and cultural cente

A place for resistance. Ninth Video & Media Art Biennial, Chile 2009

The Ninth Video & Media Ar

ANOTHER (NEW) SHORTCUT TO POGOLOTTI

Cuba’s visual arts are going t

SOULFUL COLOR AND LIGHT

Though an individual exhibit n

Alfaro: Ritual Memory

In Memoria Ritual (Ritual Me-m

A Galician in The Caribbean

In my third time around for The Archivist section, I want on the one hand to piece together some sort of a trilogy of a number of artists who are likened to the advance of the fine arts in the Caribbea

Land. An exhibition on Uruguayan posters

Sebastian Alonso / Martin Crac

Local traces

 

The Traces: The Private Eye exhibition is an initiative thought out by artists who set up a company for the registration and transfer of the personal stamps of their works out

Cildo Meireles. Against hegemonic ideas in art

Frames, as much as borders, bug Cildo Meireles. That’s why he doesn’t make movies despite the interest he once had in it 40 years ago. The point is films usually end with a similar format and is not a