“Straight From Cuba” – Lois Lambert Gallery

Dora Aguero
May 1, 2015

This collective exhibit showcases the work of three Cuban artists, including Alan Manuel Gonzalez, each practicing a different style. Yet, they all profess through their art the testimony of livelihood as an artist in Cuba, the difficulties they face through censorship, scarcity of materials, and the lack of a living art market on the island.

The exhibition ran from May 16 through July 12, 2015

You can read a review of “Straight from Cuba” by Marieke Treilhard for Artillery Magazine here.


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