Cuban-born Artist Carlos Caballero in Duo Exhibit

The Cuban-born artist Carlos Caballero is showcasing a series of his simple, abstract, geometrically sound works in a duo exhibit. His partner in the show is the Belgian artist Carole Vanderlinden. The exhibition is taking place at PLUS-ONE …read more

Cuban-American Artist Ana Mendieta in New Graphic Novel

Women artists have been invisible in the patriarchal art world. A new graphic novel celebrates female artists that made themselves visible. The Women Who Changed Art Forever: Feminist Art – The Graphic Novel is out August 31, 2021. It celebrates …read more

Cuban-American Painter Harold Garcia V Recent Exhibit

Cuban-American painter Harold Garcia V loves the everglades. In fact, his most recent exhibit explores the issue of exploitation of the natural Florida reserve. Welcome to the Everglades at Thomas Nickles Project in New York City was on view …read more

Cuban-born Photographer Geandy Pavon’s Pandemic Art

The COVID-19 pandemic slowed down many artists due to the lockdown. Yet a few artists took the time behind closed doors to focus on new endeavors. In fact, some even created pandemic-inspired projects. Cuban-born photographer Geandy Pavon is …read more

Cuban-American Sculptor Returns to his Roots at MOAD

Cuban-American sculptor Jorge Pardo presents Mongrel at the Museum of Art and Design (MOAD). At Miami Dade College, it opens on Nov. 6, 2021 and shows through May 1, 2022. The exhibition will showcase a vivid selection of the artist’s works. …read more

“The Flying Dreams” from Cuban-born artist Kite Maker at Art Kiosk

Link to original article Kites were one of the favorite art creations of Leonardo da Vinci. "The Flying Dreams," the latest art exhibit from Cuban-born kite maker Carlos Estevez, displays da Vinci's favorites winged artworks. Exotic papers from …read more

Encounter II: Cuban-born Artists Celebrated

Encounter II: Seven Contemporary Cuban Artists is the upcoming group exhibition at The Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center in Fort Myers, Florida. It features the work of seven Cuban-born artists. It is opening September 6th and closing …read more

Cuban-American Sculptor Carlos Luna ‘s Piece is Restored

The Art Restoration Project from the Bank of America has been providing grants to museums since 2010. They have awarded monetary prizes to museums in thirty-six countries. Their latest benefactor is the Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) in Long …read more

Cuban-born Sculptor and painter Ana Flores in “Forest Dreaming.”

"Cuba always appeared in my work somehow because it's part of me," expressed Ana Flores. The Cuban-born sculptor and painter primarily works in the medium of sculpture. But she also creates site specific installations. She focuses on ecological art …read more

Cuban-born Artists in “Allegro..Ma Non Troppo”

In the game of life, there are many toys and illusions. A recent exhibition at the Pan American Art Projects (PAAP) in Miami, FL titled "Allegro...Ma Non Troppo" explores playful objects. The artists relate games as metaphors for elements of life. …read more

New Mural from Cuban-American Artist Carmen Herrera

Sound affects human emotion in the same way as visual art. Just like we can see a beautiful, scenic image that brings us pleasure, we can hear a sound that also sparks our vitality. So much is sound an integral part of our being that now it has …read more

Cuban-American painter Gladys Triana in Late Career Artists

They say it's never too late. Well, that is definitely true in the work of art. Many painters do not really make it until they are in the late-stages of their life. Cuban-American painter Gladys Triana is one of these late-bloomers. She was …read more

The Hours Devour Us from Cuban-American Artist Diego Milián Chávez

Like the poet Anne Sexton who expressed, "music remembers better," Cuban-American artist Diego Milián Chávez uses music as a vehicle for recollections in his latest artistic collection. He pieced together tidbits of memories that song lyrics …read more

Teresita Fernandez Doses the Streets of Brooklyn with a Design for Wellness

Art has a healing effect on a community. It has the ability to bring people together and uplift the human spirit. A magnificent work of sculptural design in a public space creates an aesthetically-pleasing scene that can improve people's wellbeing. …read more

Lydia Rubio: Prohibido in the Hudson Valley

“It is forbidden now to paint landscapes like this,” stated Cuban-American artist Lydia Rubio. She refers to landscapes such as those in her titular painting Prohibido. A cow is seen grazing peacefully on a pasture with her calf. It is a …read more

Jairo Alfonso Painted “597” Found Objects in Latest Exhibit at phICA

Cuban-American artist Jairo Alfonso is a master of painting with watercolor pencil. The prestigious Phoenix Institute of Contemporary Art (phICA) is currently showcasing some of his latest works. The virtual exhibition "597" displays his remarkable …read more

Rafael Lopez-Ramos at the MOCA Project Gallery

On June 19, 2021 from 7 PM to 9 PM, the MOCA will feature Cuban-American artist Rafael Lopez-Ramos in their Project Room. "Chromatic Aporias" is the title of the show, which includes realistic renderings of tropical fruit from a colonial …read more

Dalton Gata’s First Solo Exhibit “The Way We’ll Be” at Miami’s ICA

The Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) in Miami's Design District is currently showcasing Cuban-born artist Dalton Gata's first solo exhibition. The show will be on display until November 21, 2021. "The Way We'll Be" includes a series of …read more