Pablo Cano’s “Marvelous Marionette” at NSU Museum of Art

Virtual Resource - At home Art activity Nova Southeastern University Museum of Art in Ft. Lauderdale is proud to present Pablo Cano’s “Marvelous Marionette.” The Cuban-American artist is best-known for his marionettes. Cano makes puppets …read more

Ogunquit Museum Exhibits Alberto Rey

Alberto Rey's work explores identity, place and the natural environment. Rey is one of the first Cuban Americans whose work discusses and investigates the experience of dislocation brought about by immigration. Alberto Rey was born in Agramonte, …read more

Dagoberto Rodriguez

Crystal Planet Opening Soon Curated by Aluna Curatorial Collective at Piero Atchugarry Gallery In Crystal Planet, Rodríguez himself has dared to evoke other modes of utopia that disarm the trap of the great narratives and he gives himself …read more

Ricardo Viera At NSU

I Paint My Reality: Surrealism in Latin America Dates: Exhibit is open - Closing in the fall of 2021 NSU Art Museum of Fort Lauderdale is presenting its current Exhibit - I Paint My Reality a new exhibit examining the flowering of the …read more

Miami Businessman Promotes Cuban Art with Fine Arts on the Plate

Fine Arts on the Plate is the current exhibition of Cuban art displayed at the Kendall Art Center (KAC).  Forty-five artists of Cuban origin who live outside of the island have participated in the show. KAC will display the plate art at their …read more

Cuban-American Gladys Triana Interviewed for VoCA Talk Series

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, …read more