Monthly Archives : November 2020

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ONLINE EXHIBITION

November 3 – December 31, 2020 MARIO ALGAZE Mario Algaze is a contemporary Cuban-American photographer whose work celebrates the culture of Latin America. In 1960, at the age of thirteen, Algaze was exiled from Cuba with his family. He relocated to America and settled in Miami, Florida. Miami offered a rich cultural mecca that encouraged […]



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Cuban-American Gladys Triana Interviewed for VoCA Talk Series

In January 2020, contemporary art conservator and VoCA colleague Ruth del Fresno-Guillem interviewed Cuban-American artist Gladys Triana. They discussed her philosophical influences, her family life, and her life-long career. The discussion is part of the fifth season of the ongoing VoCA (Voices in Contemporary Art) Talks series. The Talk series is hosted in partnership with […]



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105-Year-Old Artist Carmen Herrera Has a New Mural in East Harlem

Carmen Herrera, the 105-year-old Cuban American abstract painter, has a new mural in East Harlem. Uno, Dos, Tres just went up on the walls of the Manhattan East Academy, a school on E. 100th Street. Painted by students from across the city, through a partnership with the arts and education nonprofit Publicolor, it’s a mesmerizing […]



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Cuban-American Master Embraces the Chaos of Covid

Cuban-American master Luis Cruz Azaceta has created five new pieces during the lockdown of 2020. The artist transmuted the chaos of the pandemic into his artistic vision. He addresses the “poetic window of the virus and its state of mutation; a cacophony of horror and beauty” in his Pandemia paintings. “Luis Cruz Azaceta: Personal Velocity […]



 
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