If you are interested in photography. Cubartours will guide you through the the Havana circuit. Do not miss the most significant elements of the local photographic scene. Available for Tuesday, November 20. Thursday. November 22.
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November is the month for visiting Havana if you are interested in photography. Cubartours will guide you through the main centers within the Havana circuit so you do not miss the most significant elements of the local photographic scene.
Havana opens to all those interested in photography, almost at the end of the year. Photographic November is the biggest event that takes place in Cuba related to this art expression. Cubartours invites you to a tour of the main exhibition areas in which this expression is displayed. It also favors the contact with the most recognized photographers and specialists in the field.
The event is a significant experience in the development and promotion of the values of photographic art. It is projected in different exhibitions located in galleries and cultural centers of the country although its main focus is the Fototeca de Cuba. The program includes a symposium where conferences, workshops and projects, in which you can participate if you wish, are presented. The event, recognized in the Cuban art scene, has more than a decade and great prestige.
The work of both Cuban and foreign lens artist is yearly appreciated by the spectators in various exhibitions, both personal and collective. This event has been taking place for almost ten years, which encourages the exchange with the public, photographers and the art expression.
In the same way, you will be guided around the galleries and studios of nearby artists. This will widen your vision of Cuban art, towards other expressions and exponents of the artistic creation on the island. Among the payroll of artists are: Alfredo Sarabia Fajardo, Eddy Garaicoa Manso, Jose A Figueroa, Constantino Arias, Arnaldo Labrada, Daniel Chavez, Eduardo Munoz, René Peña, Raul Cañibano P, Edro Abascal, Cirenaica Moreira.
please note: Lunch costs are not included in the tour price.
Camila López Rodríguez, having graduated from the University of Havana with a degree in Art History in 2015, is a young professor at the Faculty of Arts and Literature at the University of Havana, as well as an Art Consultant for Cubartours. Focused on art studies, she has taught courses on Appreciation and History of Music and Cuban Music in the University, as well as having shared teaching opportunities in subjects such as Contemporary Universal Art and Cuban Art.
Her experience ranges from Student Assistant at the Faculty of Arts and Literature, (University of Havana) to Professor of the Department of Art History. She has also worked on book presentations, catalogues and other publications. She has been a participant in the Staff Organizers of some events such as the presentation of the book The Inevitable Space Alexandre Arrechea (Jaca), of Cristina Vives at the National Museum of Fine Arts. She has also written for some of the platforms of Cuban contemporary art and has worked with them. She has received various art courses taught by Cuban and foreign teachers as well as text editing.
In her work as an art history teacher, she has lectured at the Higher Institute of Art (ISA) as well as having taught a group of Austrian students at Multicine Infanta. Camila is a member of LASA (Latin American Studies Association) and participated in New York with a lecture at the 50th Anniversary Congress of this association. She is constantly updated and immersed in the Cuban art scene and has a theoretical and practical knowledge of what happens both with the already consecrated Cuban art and with the new emerging generations. Camila works as an Art Consultant with Cubartours.
Samuel Puentes is a young architect graduated in 2015 from the Institute Jose Antonio Echeverria. He has been involved in diverse projects that go from remodel spaces to conceive new spaces in the city. He collaborated with the Architect Kiovet Sanchez in the project of the Hostal Santa Clara in Old Havana, and inside the project Arte y Corte he had the opportunity to restructure the school Jinete Chullima for children who live in the oldest municipality of Havana. During 2015 he worked as a professor in the Summer Workshop at Fabrica de Arte Cubano (FAC). Puentes wrote the article “Boxing Cuba. From the Backyards to Word Championship” for the German magazine Hirmer Verlag. In 2016 with a group of young architects created Studio Abierto, dedicated to the development of investigations, national and international contests, social and private projects. Samuel have been teaching the history of architecture from its must diverse point of views always related with the history of Cuba.
Beatriz Laffita works as a professor at the University of Havana since 2009. She finished her studies in Art History at the same center, and was selected as one of the best students to be part of the team at the Faculty of Arts and Letters. She has been focused in African and Spanish art and also knows profundly the Cuban art through its differents periods.
Beside the Art History she has exprerience working with Audiovisual Studies and Artistic Culture Theory. Also she works as an art critic where she developed writing skills. Also she has publish articles related with cultural studies and made presentations for a diverse public.
Beatriz will guide the participants in the tours around the main museums, galleries and art spaces in Havana. Beatriz is fluent in Spanish, English, French and little of German.
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The tour was incredible -the most enjoyable thing I did in Havana. The artists you guys chose were so interesting and it was nice to see the broad spectrum of art in Cuba. I'm so happy I booked this, all the girls were so friendly and knowledgeable.
Jasmine curated one of the most incredible arts experiences we've had. Anyone who is a genuine art lover and interested in connecting with the source of these works should go on a tour. It is truly an elevated experience--5 stars all around!
The tour was insightful and interesting. We had the rare experience to see works of art up close and personal, as well as the chance to discuss those works with the artists themselves. An experience I never would have had if it were not for this tour.