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Climate Change: Cuba/USA

January 12 – March, 2018
USF Contemporary Art Museum


This exhibition invites Cuban and Cuban-American artists to reflect on the consequences of the recent fluctuations in the relationship between the two countries. Artists Glexis Novoa, Celia y Yunior, Antonio Fernández "Tonel" and Javier Castro will produce new works, in sculpture, painting, drawing, installation and video, that consider the changes, or "no changes," that the political and diplomatic developments have wrought in their personal lives and in Cuban society. Curated by Noel Smith; organized by USFCAM.



Exhibition Brochure pdf
Booklet of Artist-Curator Interviews pdf
Supplemental Learning Guide pdf
Press Release pdf



Exploring Cuba-U.S. relations through art exhibit in Tampa
By Maggie Duffy, Times Staff Writer
Tampa Bay Times, Published: February 16, 2018

5 Artists + 1 Curator on Climate Change: Cuba / USA
Exploring the impact of Cuba-US relations in a show of new works, Published: January 16, 2018

CAM’s exhibition explores Cuba and U.SA.’s relationship
By Maria Ranoni, News Editor
The Oracle, Published: January 15, 2018

Climate Change: Cuba / USA
By Dennys Matos
Art Nexus, No. 109 June – August 2018