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First National Festival of Art Instructors starts in Havana

These young instructors develop their artistic work hand in hand with their teaching duties Read More

Cuban Artist "Choco" to Exhibit in London

Choco is one of the most outstanding and significant figures in Cuban contemporary visual arts. Read More

The towering Che sculpture at Havanas Revolution Square

A work of art has marked the life of Enrique Avial. He is the creator of the huge sculpture of "Che" in the Revolution Square in Havana, embedded in the facade of the Ministry of Interior building Read More

Peter Nadin exhibition open in Cuba

The exposition, on through October at the San Francisco de Asis Convent in Old Havana, features 18 paintings, 4 sculptures and a book in which the artist links elements such as beeswax, burlap, goat's wool and indigo. Read More

José Marti drawings to be exposed

The idea is to link the current social environment with dates and places related with the life and work of Marti. To have children and adults remember him through gatherings, exhibitions. Read More

The other house of Carlos Enriquez

Countless stories about this man and his respectable family lies in the different layers of paint of its old wood and under the tiles that have challenged the tropical rain for years. Read More

Cuban art for the British

Choco`s exhibition -his first personal one in England- will be a sort of "previous", because a several events on Cuban culture will be held in London in September 2008. Several artistic manifestations will be there: music, cinema, ballet and visual arts, among others. Read More

Poetry springs up from canvas

With the title Historias de amor (Love stories), the show includes six paintings, 10 drawings, four ceramic wares and a bronze, made since 1980 and will remain in exhibition until the end of October. Read More

Frida Khalo Centennial celebrated in Havana

"Frida Kahlo was born July 6, 1907. She wanted to be a physician, but a painful car accident, which would leave its mark throughout her life, left her a permanent convalescence and awoken her desire to paint. It also led her to strengthen her eternal union with Diego Rivera, the first person who believed in the value of her paintings. Read More

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