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In 1981, after several years of disappointment and reconceptualization, an exhibit called "Volumen I" featuring eleven young Cuban artists opened at the Centro de Arte Internacional in Havana. It was to be the symbolic and much mythologized birth of the new art in Cuba - although critics, not realizing that this was the first generation of artists shaped completely by the Cuban revolution, complained that the artists had abandoned their national identity and had been seduced by cosmopolitan ideals. Luis Camnitzer begins ...

New Art of Cuba 2000, University of Texas Press, Austin, TX

ISBN-13: 9780292711617

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New Art of Cuba 1993, University of Texas Press, Austin, TX

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