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José Bedia

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Al movimiento afrocaribeño Exposición en Santiago  
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Grupo Antillano, Esteban Ayala, Belkis Ayón, José Bedia, Marta María Pérez Bravo, Eduardo Roca Choco, Rogelio Rodriguez Cobas, Manuel Couceiro, Andres Montalván Cuéllar, Juan Roberto Diago, Herminio Escalona, Alexis Esquivel, Ever Fonseca, Ramon Haití, Manuel Mendive Hoyo, Arnaldo Rodriguez Larrinaga, Oscar Rodriguez Lasseria, Alberto Lescay, Leonel Morales, Clara Morera, Miguel Ocejo, Santiago Rodríguez Olazábal, René Peña, Douglas Perez, Rafael Queneditt, Leandro Soto, Elio Rodriguez Valdes, Julia Valdés at Centro de Desarrollo de Artes Visuales (CDAV) August 1st, 2013 - August 31st, 2013
Posted 4/18/13
Martha Cabrales AriasSantiago de Cuba, Jueves 21 de Marzo de 2013, CMKC.- Una exposición en homenaje al Grupo Antillano quedará inaugurada en esta ciudad para resaltar la impronta de ese movimiento cultural y artístico que reivindicó las influencias africanas y afrocaribeñas en la nacionalidad cubana. Fuentes de la Fundación Caguayo, con sede aquí, a cargo de la muestra, informaron que bajo la denominación Drapetomanía contará también con el patrocinio de la Fundación Ford, la Universidad de Pi... [more]
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Journeys of Body and Spirit   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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José Bedia at Miami Art Museum May 24th, 2012 - September 9th, 2012
Posted 6/4/12
The English version of the introductory wall text uses the redundant-sounding term "Hispanic-Cuban" to describe José Bedia. This is jarring, since all Cubans are Hispanic according to the general usage of the word. Yet despite the awkward phrasing, there is an important point being made here: Bedia's bloodline comes from Spain rather than from Africa. (The Spanish wall text is clearer, stating that the artist is a "Cuban of Spanish origin.") The reason this matters is that so much of Bedia's work—esp... [more]
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Cuban art on show in Joburg . .  
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Juan Carlos Alom, Pedro Alvarez, Alexander Arrechea., Douglas Perez astro, Belkis Ayon, José Bedia, Marta MariaPerez Bravo, Ricardo Rodriguez Brey, Yoan Capote, Oswaldo Castillo, Roberto Diago, Alexies Esquivel, Moises Finale, Carlos Garaicoa, Armando Marino, Ruperto Jay Matamoros, Manuel Mendive, Ibrahim Miranda, Santiago Rdguez Olazabal, Rene Pena, Julian Gonzales Perez, Maria Magadlena Campos Pons, Elio Rdguez, Ruben Martinez Rdguez, Bernardo Sarria, Jose Angel Vincent at Johannesburg Art Gallery May 23rd, 2010 - July 31st, 2010
Posted 5/8/10
Written by Lesego Madumo   . Thursday, 04 February 2010 . http://www.joburg.org.za/content/view/4756/193/#ixzz0nLHJs5c4 The spicy history of Cuba has much to show Joburg, with many similarities between Havana and the city of gold, as the Without Masks art exhibition will explore. CUBAN art and culture resembles that of Johannesburg, says an animated Steven Sack, who soaked up some of that culture while on a trip to the Caribbean island recently. Sack, who is the City’s director of arts, culture and heritage, says Havana, Cuba’s capital, mirrors Joburg in many... [more]
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