Martín Weber, “La Habana, Cuba,” 1999. From <i>A Map of Latin American Dreams</i>.<br/>Courtesy of the artist. | Americas Society Ballet Hispanico; Eduardo Patino | Ballet Hispanico Creole Choir of Cuba; Sven Creutzmann | BAM Adonis Flores, <i>Visionary</i>, courtesy of the artist | Cuban Artists Fund Danza Contemporanea de Cuba; Photo by Manuel Harlan | The Joyce Theater Still from <i>Casa Vieja</i>; courtesy of the artist | Havana Film Festival New York Los Muñequitos de Matanzas;  Cynthia Carris | World Music Institute, Symphony Space, MAPP International Productions Alexis Esquivel, <i>Smile You Won!</i>, 2010 <i>Queloides: Race and Racism in Cuban Contemporary Art.</i> Courtesy of the artist | The 8th Floor Xiomara Laugart | Jamaica Performing Arts Center, World Music Institute
Thursday, April 28th
Thursday, April 28th – Wednesday, June 1st
Sidney Mishkin Gallery of Baruch College
With support from The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation
An exhibition featuring the work of Cuban artists Rocío García and Alberto Casado, Cosas Ocultas draws on recent history to illuminate the marginal spaces and conflicted identities often ignored by official Cuban discourse.
Thursday, April 28th – Sunday, May 1st
The Big Screen Project (6th Ave between 29th and 30th St)
With support from The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation & co-presented by The Big Screen Project
Featuring both established and emerging artists, Video Cubano explores a dynamic contemporary world through the lens of Cuban culture. For more information visit bigscreenproject.org.
Wednesday, April 27th
Wednesday, April 27th 6:00pm – 8:00pm
The Big Screen Project (6th Ave between 29th and 30th St)
With support from The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation & co-presented by The Big Screen Project
Featuring both established and emerging artists, Video Cubano explores a dynamic contemporary world through the lens of Cuban culture. For more information visit bigscreenproject.org.
Saturday, April 23rd
Saturday, April 23rd 9:00pm
BAMcafé
Presented by BAM
A Brooklyn-based Cuban artist who fuses traditional son and rumba with contemporary pop, soul and rock, José Conde and his Nu Latin Groove band combine disparate genres into seamless sonic perfection.
Friday, April 22nd
Friday, April 22nd 9:00pm
BAMcafé
Presented by BAM
Meaning “okra” or “gumbo” in Spanish, Quimbombó specializes in the breezy Cuban son, the heartbeat of Afro-Cuban music. Propelled by brass and effusive percussion, the group will unleash its clockwork congas and claves in a free show held in the intimate BAMcafé.