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[EXHIBIT]

Nationhood and Identity in Cuban Art 

Event Details

WHEN:
Friday, February 15th to Saturday, April 6th
WHERE:
Cuban Art Space
124 W 23rd St
New York, NY 10011
Venue Website

HOOD:
Chelsea, Manhattan
COST:
free
AGE:
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Nationhood and Identity in Cuban Art

Event Description

In an ongoing effort to redefine Cuban culture as less static and something that keeps modernizing and evolving, the Cuban Art Space prides itself on exhibiting work by young artists. This new exhibit at this Chelsea art space focuses on work done by Cubans after the fall of the Soviet Union in 1990, a time in which Cubans had to re-identify themselves culturally as well as politically. These artists focused on the reinterpretation of their heritage, as something more personal and less universal. It’s less abanicos and fruit baskets, less of the stuff you’d find hanging in your Abuela’s living room.


Nationhood and Identity in Cuban Art

WHERE:
Cuban Art Space
124 W 23rd St
New York, NY 10011
www.cubanartspace.net

HOOD:
Chelsea, Manhattan
DIRECTIONS:
btwn 6th & 7th Ave

F to 23rd St



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