The best guides to cultural events in Cuba would have to be La Papaleta and the CubaAbsolutely websites. La Papaleta is published in Spanish only, so if you can read Spanish you can find out what’s happening in cultural events for the entire island. If you don’t speak Spanish, you’re somewhat out of luck there, so hop over to the CubaAbsolutely website.
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Another new acquisition for Ateneo Art Cuba. This dark painting is called “Man with a Hat at Night,” by Cuban artist Omar Alonso. Alonso lives in Havana and has a small gallery in old Havana.
If you are interested in viewing some of the greatest works of Cuban photography, visit Fototeca de Cuba, located in the Plaza Vieja now. The small gallery is situated in an 18th century two storey blue building at 307 Mercaderes. Fototeca’s mission is to preserve, study and promote the country’s valuable photographic collection and create a space for the promotion and exhibition of Cuban photography. Downstairs in the gallery there is usually the work of a contemporary Cuban photographer on display. Upstairs you can now view the photographs of internationally acclaimed Cuban photojournalist Osvaldo Salas. This is one of the most valuable collection of photographs of the Fototeca archives. Entrance is free.