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Arte en Cuba (Hardcover)

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Description


Una descripción general del desarrollo cultural y artístico de Cuba desde 1900, en diversos medios, incluidos la pintura, el dibujo, la escultura, las instalaciones y las artes visuales. Una generación de artistas plurales que se ha formado después de la Revolución, cuando el acceso a la cultura y a la educación se convirtió en una pluralidad absoluta. Su actividad de ha visto enriquecida fundamentalmente por la isla, tierra de mestizaje y de cruce. Una invitación a conocer esta isla caribeña y dinámica, y su patrimonio artístico: una obra imprescindible para cualquier interesado en el arte y la cultura contemporáneos.

This book offers a panoramic exploration of Cuba’s extraordinary art world, including exclusive interviews with thirty-five of the island’s most influential artists. It includes a wide variety of mediums, discussed in the context of the country’s twentieth-century political landscape.

About the Author


Gilbert Brownstone is an art historian and exhibition curator. In 1999 he created the Brownstone foundation, which promotes social justice through cultural development. Camillo Guevara is a photographer who teaches at the Havana School of Photography. He runs the Che Guevara Studies Center, which is dedicated to his father.
Product Details
ISBN: 9788417757243
ISBN-10: 8417757244
Publisher: Blume
Publication Date: July 1st, 2020
Pages: 224