• Lorin Stein: The Guardian of a Pantheon

    Photo © National Arts Club Page Series, pageseries.wordpress.com New York, Washington, D.C., Pittsburgh, Chicago, San Francisco, Claremont, Los Angeles. Those were the cities in the whistle-stop tour of Lorin Stein. On his journey, the 37-year-old editor [...]

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  • The Audacity of a Cuban Curator
    The Audacity of a Cuban Curator

    Organizing the exhibition “Queloides: Racism and Race in Cuban Contemporary Art” has been a mix of obstacles, audacity, and adventure. The Mattress Factory Museum exhibit was first shown earlier this year in Havana and the curator Alejandro de la Fuente was unable to attend. He was banned from Cuba and later expelled from the country when he tried to visit family in Havana.

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  • Cuban Bloggers

    Blogging Under Fear — The Risks of Virtual Protests Translated by Alicia Sewald Like those who have placed their hopes for a democratic future in boats, Cuban bloggers place their hope in missives sent into cyberspace [...]

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  • Kilobytes of Discord

    In Cuba, Blogger Yoani Sánchez’s Protests Result in a New Kind of Revolution Translated by Alicia Sewald Yoani Sánchez is known for her blog Generación Y (Generation Y), which documents the experiences and frustrations of Cuba’s [...]

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