This week we address the apparent clash taking place between a group of renowned visual artists and the cultural policy of the State…
Yesterday, I visited the Mariano Rodriguez art gallery in Cojimar’s Villa Panamericana. I was looking for a new exhibition to share with you.
When asked about his work, his creative process and the role of his profession in the face of power, Molina doesn’t stop talking.
Every day, I hear on the radio or the TV that a Cuban musician gave or is going to give a concert online. However, I have no way to access.
On the afternoon of March 21, Cuban photographer Jaime Prendes, 54, known as “the eye of the Isle of Pines”, died.
She’s 36 years old, but she seems to have lived a lot longer given the map of experiences traced on her own body in ink.
Four months after hurricanes Eta and Iota hit, indigenous communities are still suffering the ravages. This documentary tells their reality.
The video was released on social networks on Tuesday night and just twelve hours later it already exceeded 200,000 views on YouTube.
Today one may think reading books on paper is a thing of the past. However, “Biblioteca Andante” in Cardenas, Cuba, proves otherwise.
Within the wide range of Cuban movies that deal with migration, I picked 10, whose characters suffer the “I-want-to-leave-Cuba” syndrome.