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Orlando Hernández

Orlando Hernández is a Havana-based author, critic, curator, and poet with an interest in popular cultures and Afro-Cuban ritual arts. In 2010, he curated Without Masks, the first exhibition of Cuban in South Africa, which presented themes of Afro-Cuban culture and issues of race and identity. Previous publications include The Art Victims of Havana (2007), The Importance of Being Local (2005) and “The Pleasure of the Reference” in Art Cuba: The New Generation, edited by Holly Block (2001). He graduated in Art History from the University of Havana in 1978.
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