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In part one of Save Your Day's film series, Moments in Cuba, we walk the streets of Havana to take a look at intricate street art and sculptures made from recycled material. This area of Havana is known for it's creativity, where the locals love expressing themselves through art. So, if you really want to understand the local culture, start by looking at the artwork on display in the local neighborhoods. Heading to Cuba? Download our FREE Insider’s Guide! https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/guides/cuba-insiders-guide Put down the cigars and step out of the vintage cars! Explore historical sites of revolution, taste peso food, or go diving among vibrant marine life.
In 2012, French artist JR and Cuban American artist José Parlá collaborated on The Wrinkles of the City - Havana, Cuba: huge mural installations undertaken for the Havana Biennale, for which JR and Parlá photographed, and recorded 25 senior citizens who had lived through the Cuban revolution; creating portraits, which Parlá interlaced with calligraphic writings and abstract painterly gestures. This is their film collaboration by the same title documenting their experience.
A a mural artist in Havana is brightening the city streets, turning neighborhoods into outdoor art galleries. CCTV America's Michael Voss reports from Havana. Maisel Lopez is a portrait artist. But he doesn't work on canvas. Instead, he has spent the past year painting giant murals on walls around his neighborhood of Playa in Havana.
Urban artworks have been appearing on the streets of Havana. Previously, only state-sanctioned murals promoting the Cuban revolution were allowed. Al Jazeera’s Daniel Schweimler reports from Havana. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
Street art is becoming popular around the world. It’s even finding its way into auction houses. One place it hasn’t caught on is Cuba. But a street artist there is winning over fans with his bigger than life-sized portraits. They’re of children. We find out why he finds it so important to paint them. Subscribe: http://trt.world/subscribe Livestream: http://trt.world/ytlive Facebook: http://trt.world/facebook Twitter: http://trt.world/twitter Instagram: http://trt.world/instagram Visit our website: http://trt.world
My driver in Cuba is an artist. He invited us into his home to show us some of his & his daughter's artwork including her giant Trojan horse! We also visited Cuba's first fort as well as one of the most delicious restaurants in Havana. ► Join the exploration & SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/redromina ▼◦▼◦▼ CLICK SHOW MORE FOR LINKS & INFO ▼◦▼◦▼ ❱❱❱ ATTRACTIONS ❰❰❰ Driver/Artist Jose Antonio - contact Marimar Travel & tours Castillo del Morro Callejon de Hamel Ivan Chef Justo Restaurant MERCH: http://redrominashop.com SUPPORT: http://bit.ly/redrominaSUPPORT FIND ME: @redromina on instagram/twitter/facebook/vidme // WELCOME // HELLO! I make videos about travel, digital nomad lifestyle and entrepreneurship. Please subscribe if you like what you see and be sure to tap on that bell to get notifi...
Street art is usually paintings or graffiti on walls. But one Cuban artist, Jose Fuster, has spent the past 20 years transforming a suburb of Havana into an open air exhibition covering his house and those of his neighbors as well as entire streets with murals, paintings and sculptures. CCTV America’s Michael Voss reports.
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Cuban-American painter Jose Parla, a former street artist, is now much in demand for his huge murals and mixed-media works, which he calls direct descendants of the graffiti of his youth. Rita Braver profiles the Brooklyn-based artist, and talks to him about his large-scale work that now graces the lobby of One World Trade Center in New York City.
(14 Feb 2017) CUBAN GRAFFITI ARTIST MAKES HIS MARK IN HAVANA Three years ago, the whimsical designs of the graffiti artist with the signature Yulier P. began to appear randomly on walls throughout Havana. The first ones were large abstract renderings of rabbits, their floppy ears outlined in black against chipped concrete. Now, there is hardly a neighborhood in the Cuban capital where you can't find one of the varied, sprawling works of Yulier P. There are enormous gaping mouths, two metres (6.5 feet) high, or a flower either mixed with the image of a woman or in the hands of a child. The works of the 27-year-old artist, whose full name is Yulier Rodriguez Perez, are striking not just for their artistry and ubiquity, but the fact that they exist at all in a place where graffiti is ...
Cuban artist José Fuster has spent the past twenty years transforming a suburb of Havana into an open air exhibition. Entire streets are covered with murals, paintings and sculptures including his own house and those of his neighbors. They’ve become a major tourist attraction and his house is one of the most visited art complexes in Cuba. There are a lot of influences in Fuster’s work. Some call him the Picasso of the Caribbean. Correspondent Michael Voss introduces us to Jose who is this week's Urban Voice.
Carlos César working in his studio in Trinidad de Cuba. The piece he is working on depicts his home town of Remedios, Cuba. The sounds of the street outside fill the studio. For a look at some of Carlos' work and more beautiful Cuban art available in the U.S. and Canada, please visit http://cubanocanadian.com or check on eBay at http://stores.ebay.com/CUBANOCANADIAN-Cuban-Art-in-Canada
www.clapnclip.com Gérald nous fait revivre son hiver arty en Amérique latine Découvrez la Colombie à travers le street art. Un petit tour en quad et quelques kilomètres à cheval vous font explorer la campagne colombienne entre lacs, montagnes, désert et sources naturelles. C'est ensuite à Cuba que notre globe trotter vous embarque. De rencontres authentiques en baignades rafraichissantes, nous traversons le pays aux façades colorées. A votre tour de faire revivre et partager lesplus beaux voyages de vos clients, rendez-vous sur clapnclip.com Vous voulez en voir plus? Nous sommes là: https://www.facebook.com/clapnclip/ et là aussi: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJsKVop3ix3F0GAeG_WOT6w
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Cuban street artists Danilo Maldonado aka El Sexto has been released from jail after spending 10 months for attempting to release two pigs painted with the names of Fidel and Raul Castro. Though the planned mockery of Cuba’s leader and brother failed to be executed, El Sexto’s arrest fueled international rights groups such as Amnesty International to demand the artists release and bring light to Cuba’s issues with free speech. Nik Zecevic and Jose Marcelino Ortiz examine the artist’s work and release on The Lip News. http://www.usnews.com/news/entertainment/articles/2015/10/20/cuban-artist-el-sexto-is-freed-after-10-months-in-prison http://thelip.tv/ http://www.youtube.com/theliptv2
Artists in Cuba are using their talent to build lives for themselves and their neighbors. * * * Leo D'Lázaro has his gallery and studio, Ojo del Ciclón, at 501 O'Reilly in Habana Vieja. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Phone: +53 7 8615359 Website: http://leodlazaro.blogspot.com/ http://ojodelciclon.blogspot.com/ Email: email@example.com Mario Pelegrín Pozo is the director of El Patio de Pelegrín in Puerta de Golpe, Piñar del Río. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/patiopelegrin/ Espacios Bar - - - - - - - - - - - - Phone: +53 7 2022921
By Gregory Thomas CUBA is the name of one of the city's earliest known graffiti artists, still operating today. The 46-year-old Baltimore transplant moved to the Mission in 1985, when he was 21 years old, "with full intent of getting a scene brewin'," he said. Read more here: http://missionlocal.org/2011/02/cuba-graffiti-artist-evolved/
Graffiti may be very common in urban hubs around the world, But until recently, it was always a rare sight in communist Cuba. More and more young artists are coming out of their shells to express themselves and the capital is seeing most of it. Subscribe: http://trt.world/subscribe Livestream: http://trt.world/ytlive Facebook: http://trt.world/facebook Twitter: http://trt.world/twitter Instagram: http://trt.world/instagram Visit our website: http://trt.world