Craig Offman, writer for the Globe and Mail explores one issue holding up the talks between the US and Cuba. Property rights and compensation for properties and businesses confiscated during the Cuban Revolution are going to be a long and complicated problem ... More »
The historic talks between Cuba and the United States began in January of 2015. People in both the US and Cuba reacted to the announcements of the talks with new optimism and hope. “Two days of talks between the United States and Cuba aimed at ending more t... More »
With the first round of talks shutting down in Cuba, an agreement was reached to meet again to discuss issues between Cuba and the United States. “Two days of historic talks between the United States and Cuba have ended with both sides agreeing to meet again.”... More »
Welcome to the Cuba Business Report, providing news reporting on business and economic developments in Cuba. If you’re thinking of beginning a business in Cuba, the Cuba Business Report provides you updates on the economy and business opportunities on the Is... More »
The Osvaldo Salas exhibition of photographs can now be viewed upstairs at the Fototeca de Cuba gallery, Havana. If you are interested in viewing some of the greatest works of Cuban photography, this is a key gallery to visit. Fototeca de Cuba, is located in t... More »
If you are planning an upcoming trip to Cuba and possess an avid interest in experiencing the Cuban art scene, your first stop in in the Havana art world should be a visit to the National Museum of Fine Arts (Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes). The recent change... More »
Fábrica de Arte Cubano is one of the most exciting cultural event places in Havana. It is a must-see! Find art all in one place: experimental art, jazz, theatre and nightclub, performance art, and dance at Fábrica de Arte Cubano (F.A.C.) – the Cuban Art Facto... More »
In an 18th Century two story building at 307 Mercaderes in the old Plaza Vieja, the Fototeca de Cuba or the Library of Cuba can found. Fototeca was established in 1986. Its mission is to preserve, study and promote the country’s valuable photographic collect... More »
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 »
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