Surcos de la ciudad, or “Wrinkles of the City,” was a stunning urban art project created for the 11th Havana Art Biennial in 2012. Invited by the Wifredo Lam museum to contribute to the Art Biennial of 2012, the crumbling architecture of Havana forms the backd... More »
Spanish Colonial, Arabic, eclectic, art deco and Soviet influences are strongly apparent in the architecture of Havana. Interestingly though, the architecture did not evolve from the indigenous population, but rather from the culture of invading nations and wh... More »
Juan Lázaro Gutiérrez Momblas is one of the Cuban artists we met by chance one afternoon wandering through the ever-interesting streets of Havana. In Havana, it doesn’t matter if you lose your way because you will always find your destination in the end. And ... More »
As a tourist destination, Havana has grown to become one of the hottest destinations. Everybody from near or far has the city on their wish-list. Even the Americans, once denied the right to visit Cuba are coming in droves whether via licensed travel compani... More »
One of the first places on a list of art galleries to see in Havana should be the National Museum of Fine Arts (Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes). The museum is located at Calle Trocadero, e/Av. De la Belgica (Misiones/Egido/Monserrate) y Calle Agramonte (Zeluet... More »
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