Gallery Talk on La Historia Recordada with Elvis Fuentes
Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents a gallery talk with Elvis Fuentes on the work of Roberto Diago for the exhibition La Historia Recordada January 20 at 2 p.m. Fuentes is a scholar on Latin American Art and has contributed the essay to Diago’s exhibition brochure. Born in 1971 in Havana, Diago’s work is often a direct criticism of racism in Cuba and explores the roots and role of slavery in Cuban history and culture. Diago works and lives in Havana and utilizes a variety of strategies for examining the aftereffects of slavery in the 21st century. Free.