Landscapes of Beauty and Oppression by Liz Goldner Years before the Getty’s “Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA” was initiated, the Museum of Latin American Art was exploring Latin and Latino culture. Its previous 2011–12 PST, “Mex/L.A. ‘Mexican’ Modernism(s) in Los Angeles, 1930–1985,” explored the relationship between artists and supporters on both sides of the border, and included murals by José Clemente Orozco and David Alfaro Siqueiros. … Continue reading CONTEMPORARY ART OF THE CARIBBEAN ARCHIPELAGO

Skeptic Blend: Information de-formation

Aldo Menéndez (Cienfuegos, Cuba, 1948), is a collaborator of images that creates a pictorial narrative.  Coming from a country rich in culture and history, it is not surprising that someone with an artistic intuition wouldn’t use the tools handed or taken away from them. His work deals with the pros, cons, and the drastic change of history in recent years. “ Retratos En Chino”, is … Continue reading Skeptic Blend: Information de-formation