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Adiós Utopia: Dreams and Deceptions in Cuban Art Since 1950 looks at how Cuba’s revolutionary aspirations for social utopia—and subsequent disillusionment—shaped 65 years of Cuban art...

The notions of ethnic and cultural identity, borders and boundaries, and the sense of belonging brought forth by the exhibition are extremely timely in this election year; we are proud to explore them through artistic expression

The Fountainhead Open Studios. May 20, 2016, The Fountainhead Studio, 7328 NW Miami Ct. FL 33150

Sandra Ramos, Lidzie Alvisa, Glauber Ballestero, Abel Barroso, Roberto Diago, Humberto Díaz, Roberto Fabelo, Aimeé García, Glenda León, Kelvin López, Susana P.D Matienzo, Reinier Nande, Jorge Otero, Rene Peña, Carlos Quintana, Esterio Segura, Liudmila & Nelson, Rachel Valdés

Galería Orígenes, Teatro Alicia Alonso, La Habana, 14 Abril-14 Mayo, 2016. Artists: Sandra Ramos, Belkis Ayon, Ibrahim Miranda

Centro Wifredo Lam, Habana. 26 Mars-7 May, 2016. Curator: Nelson Herrera Ysla

The exhibition title, GROWING UP IN NEVERLAND, makes reference to a worldwide known story originally made for children, Peter Pan and Wendy, written by James Matthew Barrie in 1904. Beneath the overflowing phantasy, Barrie’s original plot alludes to a very basic human aspiration...

ASU. Arizona State University Museum. Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts. Tempe, Ariz. Curator: Heather Sealy Lineberry from the collection of Michael and Beth Kasser

14th Latin American & Caribbean Contemporary Art TODAY. PROMOARTE GALLERY, Tokyo, Japan. Dec. 25, 2015-January 26th, 2016.

Artists: AES+F, Sandra Ramos, Abel Barroso, Angel Ricardo Rios, Helmut Grill, Betsabeé Romero, Martin C. Herbst, Víctor Vázquez, Kcho, Jorge Wellesley, Ruben Torres Llorca

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