Venice Art Biennale 2013: National Pavilions Around Town – Cuba. At the Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Venezia in Piazza San Marco, until November 24 the Cuban Pavilion. Seven Cuban artists meet seven international artists. The discuss art assignment; rethink the relationship between reality and fiction, language and power, art and time. The museum is a platform where contemporary inter-media practices interact, exceeding national boundaries of globalized culture, on to a quest for universality. The exhibition creates a genealogy in which contexts are generated by each one of the artworks presented.
Above. Sandra Ramos, Italia-Los Balcones (Bridging Series. 50 Miles. Italy-Baltic Shores), 2013, installation.
Cuban Pavilion. H.H. Lim, C’est La Vie (That is Life), 2013, mixed media, steel, cactus.
Cuban Pavilion. Pedro Costa, Minino Macho-Minino Femea (Boy-Girl), 2006, digital video mini dvd.
Cuban Pavilion. Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons and Neil Leonard, 53+1=54+1=55. Letra del ano (53+1=54+1=55. The Letter of the Year), 2013, installation.Pin It