Cuba Hosts Havana Biennial from March 27th
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- 03 / 23 / 2009
Havana Biennial Organizing Committee President Ruben del Valle told media during a press conference this edition will be dedicated to integration and resistance of the peoples in this the age of globalization, one of the problems that hardest hit out current world.
The pieces that are to be presented from Mexico and Colombia in the 10th Havana Biennial are framed within collective projects, and will have strong presence with works like "El maiz es nuestra vida" (Corn is our live) and "Sin Horizonte", respectively.
The main premise of the Biennial will be Morro Cabaña Fortress, where most of the works will be exhibited; those projects from guest artists will also occupy an important space in other several places in the capital.
Some ten permanent premises located in Old Havana, Cultural Heritage of Humanity since 1982, will exhibit the pieces of foreign attenders like Chilean Guillermo Gomez Peña, and an exhibition dedicated to the recently deceased Japanese painter Shigeo Fukuda.