Cuba’s most important art event is once again expected to bring the international art world to Havana. Here’s our first preview of the 13th Havana Biennial—artists, projects, and an expansive leap beyond the capital.
Followers of contemporary Cuban art got a holiday surprise when, on Christmas Day, the French art-market website Artprice posted an “Art Market Insight” feature about Cuban art.
From "Artes de Cuba" at the Kennedy Center to Tania Bruguera at MoMA in New York and Tate Modern, Cuban art and artists continued to expand their presence internationally in 2018. But the most popular stories were on other topics.
Next week, the international art world will claim Miami as its headquarters, ushering in a hectic round of fairs, exhibitions, and events anchored by Art Basel Miami Beach. Here’s our guide to some of the top spots for Cuban art and artists at this year’s fairs.
As her acclaimed retrospective continues to tour the country and a belated New York Times obituary introduces her to new audiences, master printmaker Belkis Ayón (1967–1999) set a world record at auction for her collograph Untitled (Sikán with White Tips).