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Visual Arts at Havana Film Festival

The 31st Havana International Festival of the New Latin American Film will include interesting art and photography exhibits, as part of collateral activities of the event. Read More

14th Symposium on World Heritage in Guantanamo

The 14th Symposium on the Heritage of Caribbean Nations began today in Guantanamo in homage to the 39 anniversary of the declaration of the city as a Village.<br /> Read More

8th International Event on Management and Running Historical Centers

Experts from 14 countries are exchanging experiences in Old Havana from November 30 to December 2 at the 8th International Event on Management and Running of Historical Centers.<br /> Read More

Nelson Dominguez, National Prize 2009

Cuban painter Nelson Dominguez ran off with the National Prize for Plastic Arts 2009 thanks to a steady work with a permanent yearning for quest.<br /> Read More

Belkis Ayon's works exhibition in Havana

Cuba Was A Canvas For Artist Belkis Ayon.The event has revived an enduring mystery in Cuba — about art, African myths and the shadowy, all-male secret society known as Abakua.<br /> Read More

"Cuba Paints Guayasamin exhibition" to open on Sunday

The exhibition includes paintings by Roberto Fabelo, Ernesto Garcia Pena, Agustin Bejarano, Eduardo Roca (Choco), Nelson Domínguez, and Jose Fuster, with Cuban filmmaker Roberto Chile as curator. Read More

Art connoisseur Fascinated with Cuban Painting

<div align="justify"> Richard Wiebe traveled to Cuba for the first time in 2001 and became fascinated with the works of Cuban painters. Since then, he has been working helping them to sell their paintings and to get some reknown among collectors. </div> Read More

Cuban Art Collections Presented in Europe

“Cuba: Art and History”, is composed of almost 200 works by 100 artists, in a panorama of 140 years of Cuban art,  and includes oil paintings, posters, engravings, sculptures, and works of video art and facilities, Cubahora web site reports. <br /> Read More

Cuban art market shows signs of vitality

The Cuban art market is showing signs of vitality as the economic recession weakens demand for works from elsewhere in Latin America, collectors said. Read More

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