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Exhibition by Wilfredo Lam in Nantes

<p style="text-align: justify;">The exhibition Journey between the Caribbean and the avant-gardes, which throughout this summer has become the center of attention at the Beau Arts Museum in Nantes, the French city where famous writer Jules Verne was born, has turned the painter of La jungla (the Jungle) into a highly valuable character, since it has been discovered in the integrity of its career by young people who had historical information on the painter’s importance for the artistic renovation of the 20th century, but who didn’t know the real scope of that contribution. Read More

Works by Cuban Painter Raul Martinez on Display in New York

<p style="text-align: justify;">HAVANA, CUBA.- More than 40 pieces by Cuban artist Raul Martinez, (Ciego de Avila 1927- La Habana 1995), are currently on display at New York’s Magnan Metz, according to a report aired by the National Television Newscast. Read More

Cuban plastic art to Peru

<p style="text-align: justify;">It was known a few weeks ago that Peruvian poet Antonio Cisneros had won Ibero-American Award Pablo Neruda. This author also won the poetry award Casa de las Américas at the age of 26 with his intense poems Canto ceremonial para un oso hormiguero in the 1960s. Read More

Cuban artists at ART MOSCOW 2010

<p style="text-align: justify;">Works by important Cuban artists will be exhibited at the largest fair for contemporary art in Eastern Europe, ART MOSCOW 2010 which will be held on September 22-26, 2010 in the Central House of Artists, Moscow. Read More

Six art ideas in running for Trafalgar Square plinth

<div align="justify"> Nelson's Ship in a Bottle by Yinka Shonibare Nelson's Ship in a Bottle by Yinka Shonibare is the current artwork on the plinth in the square<br /> </div> Read More

Arturo Montoto, Monk of Plastic Arts

<div align="justify"> He spent 16 years of studies of his long career, almost like monks, he usually repeats with a fine sense of humor. In the end he stayed with the fruits and objects with suggesting airs, the literature and their obsession for titles. </div> Read More

An exhibition to get into the universe of the Abakuá Secret Societies

<div align="justify"> Artist Natalia Bolívar invites us to learn about the wonderful world of Afro-Cuban religion with her exhibition De Camerún a La Habana. Sociedad Secreta Abakuá (From Cameroon to Havana. Abakuá Secret Society), inaugurated last Saturday in the Casa de África from the Historical Center. </div> Read More

Cuba native rediscovers painting after decades

<div align="justify"> When Abraham Furer picks up his paintbrushes, he's revisiting an art form he left behind decades ago.<br /> </div> Read More

Cuban Painter Attends Kyoto Art Exhibition

<div align="justify"> HAVANA, Cuba.- Two works by Cuban artist Raul Hermina were displayed at the recently concluded 15th International &quot;Art Mirai&quot; Exhibition in Tokyo, Japan, as one of the representatives of Latin American art. </div> Read More

To cure art

Between megalomania and anonymity, the figure of art curators deserves to be placed in its fair place. Read More

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