Samuel Riera's Art Brut Cuba opens channels for Outsider Artists to sell their art when they otherwise couldn't earn a living from their work.
Category - Culture
Cuban art has been known to be expressed through celebration—here are some of the best annual art and music festivals the island has to offer.
Inspired by the Rolling Stones' visit to Havana, BandEra Studio was created to support the Cuban rock scene and prop up new musical talent. Where do things stand today?
After almost three years, one would expect that, for many reasons, this year's Havana World Music Festival would be atypical. It was. But, it was also better.
Carmen Pelaez's new romantic political comedy, The Cuban Vote, is partly personal and partly an investigation into the insane world of Miami politics.
Every March, for 19 years, this Cuban festival has brought together national and international percussionists.
There are many reasons why this film is revered by audiences, including its precise, and perfect representation of Latino culture.
Pérez is an Artist-in-Residence with the Cuban Artists Fund and is showing work from his latest project, "Torn Canvass."
Curator Elizabeth Goizueta talks to Startup Cuba about Mariano Rodriguez's multi-decade exhibit at the McMullen Art Museum in Boston and soon the PAMM in Miami.
The Thomas Nickles Project, founded by Kristen Thomas and John Nickles, features Cuban art in New York City.