Afro-Cuban Art from José Bedia and Belkis Ayón

From October 5 to October 21, 2021 The rich history of Afro-Cuban art is deeply steeped in the mythology of religion. Two artists with Afro-Cuban roots are exploring the symbols of their ancestral spiritual tradition, Santería. Belkis Ayón and …read more

Martínez Celaya’s ‘A Third Of the Night’ Opens in Aspen

Next week, the Baldwin Gallery in Aspen opens a new show titled A Third of the Night. Cuban-born, LA-based Enrique Martínez Celaya is the artist behind the exhibition. The showcase features twelve of his paintings and one sculpture. It opens …read more

ART IN WOODEN HEADS

An exhibit by Dorfsman Fine Arts Art In Wooden Heads is a very unique exhibit presented by Dorfsman Fine Art. It was the brainchild of Silvia Dorfsman, using wooden mannequin heads she asked each of the six artists to create a work. …read more

Aimee Garcia in The Game of Ambiguities

The Black Pony Gallery announced the first solo online exhibition for Cuban-American artist Aimee Garcia. It runs from February 5 to March 1, 2021. Garcia is unique because she utilizes the style of portraiture. She often uses herself as the …read more

Agustin Fernandez: Armaduras

ICA Miami invites you to a Zoom presentation on the release of its latest publication on Agustin Fernandez. Thursday January 21, 2021 at 2 PM Sign-up here to our Zoom Registration Link More on Agustin Fernandez from the CANY …read more

Guttenburg Arts Presents Winter/Fall Residencies

The Space and Time Artist Residency (STAR) from Guttenburg Arts provides $1,200 stipend to cover materials, travel and lodging for awardees. Gutenberg Arts provides artists with opportunities to create cultural experiences.   Artists …read more

“Artivism” in Today’s Cuba for Free Expression

Now is the time more than ever to support Cuban artists.  Many Cubans have fled the island because of political oppression. Many more have left for economic reasons.  A few have escaped due to artistic limitations on their freedom of …read more

Cuba Art NY

Fall online exhibit - Closing event The icing on the cake... after an incredible online exhibit - the closing event. CANY presents in conjunction with Rialta Magazine - Four Art historians, art curators discuss the 8 women artists included in …read more

Weaving a Familial History in Cuban-American Piñatas

Multidisciplinary artist Elizabeth Mesa-Gaido is currently participating in  A Common Thread: Textiles Past & Present. She expresses themes related to her experience as a Cuban exile in her work.  In Cuban-American Piñatas, she wove …read more

The DAM Presents a two film installation by Ana Mendieta

The Denver Art Museum presents Suspended Fire, a two film installation from Cuban-born artist Ana Mendieta which will run from December 6, 2020 to March 7, 2021. This work will make you think. It explores the voyage of civilization to understand …read more

Open Call for Miami Artists: Locust Projects Gifts in Wavemaker Grants

Attention Miami artists, curators, and collectives! Locust Projects, Miami’s longest running alternative art space, has announced an open call for grants. Information sessions will begin in January 2021 and applications will be due in the Spring. …read more

El Museo del Barrio Commemorates Cuban Protest Artists

El Museo del Barrio is a non-profit arts organization dedicated to preserving Latino, Caribbean, and Latin American culture.  Contrary to the name, it’s more than just a museum. It’s a cultural institution with educational programs, film …read more

Panel discussion “Ninguna mujer es una isla: ocho artistas en CANY”

Panel discussion in conjunction with our current exhibition, Fall for Her Tuesday, December 15 2020 4 pm EST (GMT -5) ****This panel is in Spanish.**** Via Facebook Live: Click here Participants: Suset Sánchez, María Lourdes …read more