Esterio Segura believes that one is responsible for one’s fate, and that has been his driving force in the world of visual arts. This helps explain the numerous series he has produced, one of which is on display at the Factoria Habana gallery. (11 photos)
Luis Alberto Saldaña’s paintings have a profound visual impact, capturing us with thought-provoking realism. (8 photos)
We bring you a new illustration from Yasser Castellanos related to the recent developments between the United States and Cuban governments. So what do you think?
This is the official announcement for the HT Made in Cuba Photo Contest 2015. It is our seventh contest, one for each year of the online publication. The categories for submissions this year are: Friendship, Bicycles, Portraits, Workshops/Studios, Textures and Street Vendors.
To express through art, the desire for a better world where peace, respect and tolerance prevails, is the proposal of the traveling exhibition United Buddy Bears whose stage today and through March is in Havana. (30 photos)
Yasser Castellanos brings us his perspective on the recent agreements between the United States and Cuba, announced by Presidents Barack Obama and Raul Castro. What do you think?
The annual Havana International Crafts Fair (FIART) is taking place at the Pabexpo facility on the west side of the capital through December 21st. The fair is open to the public daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. (27 photos)
Young Cuban painter Miguel Angel Quintana Amador has found the visual elements for his works in the legacy of prima ballerina Alicia Alonso and ballet, understood as a world of expression. “I don’t cling to new tendencies, I paint on impulse.”
After a very difficult selection process, today we announce the winners of the Sixth HT Cuba Photo Contest for 2014. Hats off to the 72 participants in this year’s event who sent in their 555 entries. Likewise to the 20 jury members.
A young, Cuban visual artist, Grethel Nuez looks to social networks to develop the interesting work we address in Havana Times today. “We continue to look for the distinctive and unique in Cuban digital art.”