Art In America

Everybody’s Art

At nearly 500 pages, The Global Contemporary and the Rise of New Art Worlds is heftier than the average laptop computer—and more difficult to "operate."

A One-Liner Philosopher

With his wry objects, Cuba's Wilfredo Prieto derives maximum meaning from the simplest artist means. 

Tania Bruguera: Politics By Other Means

The cuban artist's topical performances and installations lost some specificity—but found broader resonance—in a recent retrospective that included daily live events. 

Made in the U.S.A.: Art from Cuba

When I was in Cuba in 1981, I was amazed to meet a group of young artists whose work was as "avant-garde" as anything shown in the New York galleries. In 1980 they had a show called "Volumen Uno" (Volume One) and the next year they held "Pintura...

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