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Elizabeth Ransom is the Founder and Director of Women Alternative Photography Group (WAPG) and works for the Fast Forward: Women in Photography as Assistant Researcher. As an artist, Ransom takes from her own lived experiences of migration to explore homesickness and transnationality. She experiments...

José Yaque was born in Manzanillo, Cuba, in 1985 and graduated in Fine Arts at the Higher Institute of Art in Havana in 2011. In 2015 was invited to the 12th Bienal of Havana and the same year started to work with GalleriaContinua, wich represent...

Elizabeth Cerviño (Manzanillo, 1986) graduated from the Instituto Superior de Arte in 2009. Her artistic practice focuses on fragility, from subtle ritual and artisanal gestures. The void as a purifying element is another crucial axis of her practice. Cerviños work generally tends towards the non-representational...

Lives and works in Havana and Madrid. Emerging from a multidisciplinary background and spiritual explorations, her practice defies our perception of the world with unconventional materials and techniques. Her work has been extensively exhibited and can be found in important public exhibitions worldwide such as...

Lives and works in Havana and Madrid. Emerging from a multidisciplinary background and spiritual explorations, her practice defies our perception of the world with unconventional materials and techniques. Her work has been extensively exhibited and can be found in important public exhibitions worldwide such as...

Beltrán is a Cuban artist who is currently working on a project that combines art and science to rethink a medium as long-lived as painting. Using stratigraphic fragments of masterpieces, in his series Arqueologia del Color David reconstructs and reinterprets the original compositions from which...

Inspired by his personal history, life experiences and travels, Emilio Perez’s paintings reveal an interest in the natural landscape and a lifelong passion for the sea. By layering memories and fleeting imagery, the artist evokes a visual experience that seduces the viewer via the dynamic...

Dagoberto Rodríguez was born in Caibarien, Las Villas in 1969, and graduated from Instituto Superior de Arte (ISA), Havana, Cuba in 1994. In 1992 he co-founded the collective Los Carpinteros. His works have been exhibited in Museums and cultural institutions around the world such as...

We welcome Marcelo Brodsky and Fernando Bryce to our residency program. Sharing a common interest in visual communication and the role of images to document both history and current events, the artists will be carrying a collaboration project that involves photography and drawing. ...

Claudia Genlui (Havana, 1990) is a Cuban art professional, curator, and activist. As a founding member of the San Isidro Movement, created in 2018 to protest state censorship of artistic works, and 27N Movement (a group named after the artist protest outside the Ministry of...

Self-taught African-Brazilian artist, born in Brasilia, in 1971. In 24 years of full dedication to the art practice, he has participated in group and solo shows with oil paintings, drawings, sculptures, ceramics and installations in cities such as Brasilia, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Paris,...

Adama Delphine Fawundu is a photographer and visual artist born in Brooklyn, NY. Fawundu co-published the critically acclaimed book, MFON: Women Photographers of the African Diaspora. For decades, she has exhibited both nationally and internationally and is a 2022 Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition finalist....

Camila Ramírez Lobón was born in Camagüey, Cuba in 1995. Her practice focuses on the narration and illustration of a social and political imaginary that subverts Cuban totalitarian narrative through individual memory. Graduated from the Instituto Superior de Arte, La Habana in 2019, she...