Artist Demands Internet Access for all Cubans

Aldo Menendez is a Cuban artist who left Cuba in 1991 and currently lives in Spain. There, he has organized a campaign “Raul Castro: Unrestricted Internet Access for all Cubans.” In Cuba, he was a member of the ArteCalle group and, in Miami, he created the visual arts space La Clinica del Arte (“The Art Clinic”). He is also the author of the book La Obra Entornada (“Half-Open Works”) and the blog Castor Jabao.

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Pink Censorship Cuban-style

Given that we live in country marked by so much machismo, I would have expected the island’s censors to have found a color different than pink to cover up those artistic and philosophical expressions that daring youth have attempted to capture on the walls of Havana and which has started to give Cuba´s capital a colorful atmosphere.(20 photos)

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