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As every December, earlier this month reached long-awaited Miami Art Week (Miami Art Week). The event generates excitement not only because of the number of fairs and exhibitions held to agree, but because the city environment changes radically. This is the time of art, fifteen glorious minutes (or fame) as Warhol himself would say.

In this 2015, the usual dynamics of each year, the growing interest is awakening, after the restoration of diplomatic relations with the United States, Cuban art adds. While some time that the presence of local artists on the American circuit has been regularizing ago, this year saw a considerable growth of the island's representation.

Here we leave some of the many Cuban artists who will be participating in the fair this week:


Art Basel Miami Beach (December 3-6)

- Mai 36 Galerie presents, as usual, with three of the biggest: Michel Perez (Chicken), Raul Cordero and Flavio Garciandía.

- Frederic Snitzer Gallery displays the work of Carlos Alfonzo, Alexandre Arrechea and Rafael Domenech.

- Galleria Continua brings the work of Carlos Garaicoa and Jose Yaque.

- Jack Shainman Gallery will be representing Yoan Capote.

- Petzel Gallery also features the work of Jorge Pardo.


Art Miami (1-6 December)

- Cernuda Art presents a selection of artists from the Cuban avant-garde with contemporary artists, among them are Wifredo Lam, Amelia Pelaez, Mario Carreño, Victor Manuel, and Mariano Rodriguez, Thomas Sanchez, Manuel Mendive, Pedro Pablo Oliva, Tania Bruguera and Roberto Fabelo.

- Pan American Art Projects participates in the fair with a selection of luxury: Gustavo Acosta, Abel Barroso, Carlos Estévez and Juan Roberto Diago.

- Tresart included within an extensive list of artists of the twentieth century, the Cuban concrete Lolo Soldevilla.

- Ascaso Gallery represents, meanwhile, Julio Larraz.


Pulse Miami Beach (1-5 December)

- Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery presents with sculptor Jose Parla.

- Julie Saul Gallery develops a photography project that includes the work of the Cuban Maria Martinez-Cañas.

- Senda Gallery features the work of Glenda León.


Context Art Miami (1-6 December)

- 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel stand proposes a project that includes, among others, Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons, Elio Rodriguez, Jose Angel Vincench, Esterio Segura and Armando Mariño.

- Lyle O. Reitzel Gallery displays the work of José Bedia.

- The Chill Concept represents the Cuban Angel Delgado and Gladys Triana.


Scope Miami Beach (1-6 December)

- NG Art and Gallery is presenting the work of several local artists, including Jorge Otero and Roberto Fabelo.

- Projects lacquer manages a selection that includes the work of Carlos Estevez and Vicente Hernandez.

- Res Non Verba proposes, meanwhile, the work of Hugo Orlandini.

- The Schoolhouse Gallery has developed a two-person project proposals made by two young Cuban artists: Alex Hernandez and Adrian Fernandez.







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