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On the MAP: Carlos Motta’s America, Pablo León de la Barra’s Projects, and a Festival Curated by Sara Raza

Video still: Nisma Zaman/Matt Stanton Productions
Video still: Nisma Zaman/Matt Stanton Productions

In our latest monthly update from the Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative, we share a video interview with artist Carlos Motta; we explore Pablo León de la Barra’s recent projects; and we take a look at the Baku Public Art Festival, organized this year by Sara Raza. More

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On the MAP: Art in Cuba, Exploring the Havana Biennial, and Engaging with the Guggenheim's Storylines Exhibition

Video still: Nisma Zaman/Matt Stanton Productions
Video still: Nisma Zaman/Matt Stanton Productions

In our latest monthly update from the Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative, we share insights from artists and curators on Cuba and the Havana Biennial, and we take a look at MAP artists participating in the Guggenheim’s upcoming exhibition Storylines. More

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Dark Clouds on the Horizon? Camagüey and Havana

Marlon Portales with his painting concerning Castro and Obama’s announcement of talks toward normalization or relations between the U.S. and Cuba. Photo: Courtesy Elvis Fuentes
Marlon Portales with his painting concerning Castro and Obama’s announcement of talks toward normalization or relations between the U.S. and Cuba. Photo: Courtesy Elvis Fuentes

Elvis Fuentes visits the FIVAC festival in Camagüey, meets artist Marlon Portales in Havana, describes a new studio initiative, delineates the subtleties of the Havana Biennial and Zona Franca, and visits controversial artist Tania Bruguera. More