Category: Art In Cuba

  • Live Artist Performance with 3D Virtual Art

    Live Artist Performance with 3D Virtual Art

    La Fabrica de Arte Cubano (FAC) and ArteMorfosis present 8 artists on 8 evenings painting 3D objects with Tilt-Brush

  • Art In Pandemic Times

    Art In Pandemic Times

    Commentary to PRISMA – New Years Resolutions by Virigina Alberdi The pandemic  No one imagined the devastating effects of the Covid 19 pandemic. No country in the world has been spared. In addition to the millions of infections and the consequent lethality the economy is in crisis and the social fabric is being ruptured. Culture…

  • Graphic Explosion at the Havana Cathedral

    Graphic Explosion at the Havana Cathedral

    – By Virginia Alberdi – In the itineraries through Havana, there is always a stop in the Havana Cathedral Square. The magnetism of the historical center of the city, because of the paradigmatic architectural values of the American Baroque, another attractive is particularly the interest of the public space surrounded of institutions related with the…

  • Duvier del Dago – Interview by Virginia Alberdi

    Duvier del Dago – Interview by Virginia Alberdi

    In the wide-ranging interview, renowned Cuban visual artist Duvier del Dago discusses his unique and intellectual artistry, the inspirations from his childhood and early education, and his experiences in the prominent Cuban art collective, Galería DUPP. He emphasizes the integration of historical events and collective memory in his work, indicating how these elements have come…

  • José Manuel Fors awarded 2016 National Prize for Visual Arts

    José Manuel Fors awarded 2016 National Prize for Visual Arts

    Havana-born artist José Manuel Fors (1956) received the 2016 National Visual Arts Prize in recognition of his successful career and experimental work with photography and installations. ‘Haz Click’ – a publication on Cuban contemporary art – has published a special edition for the occasion

  • Surrealism in Cuba?

    – By Virginia Alberdi Benítez – Alejo Carpentier, a Cuban writer of universal hierarchy, was a witness in Paris to the appearance of the surrealism in the European culture of the period between the World Wars. He even wrote articles for the magazine Revolution Surrealiste at the request of André Breton. Being pursued by the tyranny…