November 21th, 2022

MoCAA hosts the launch of three new editions by the esteemed CdeCuba Magazine

By MoCA-Americas Team

On the evening of Friday, November 18th, art historian and editor of the renowned C de Cuba magazine, Ximo Sánchez, presented issues 28, 29, and 30 of the publication at the Aldo Menéndez Hall of the Museum of Contemporary Art of the Americas, following a delay caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. This event continued the museum's long and fruitful working relationship with Sánchez, who is currently based in Valencia, Spain. Ximo has dedicated his extensive career to the publishing world and to promoting Cuban art in Spain and the United States. The CdeCuba editorial project regularly presents its new issues in art galleries, cultural and artistic institutions, art fairs, and book fairs in the United States (Miami, New York), Cuba (Havana), and Spain (Madrid, Valencia, Barcelona).

As a complement to the editorial project, thereby offering a more comprehensive service to artists, CdeCuba provides specialized services in online art sales (CdeCuba Art Gallery), website creation (CdeCuba Art Webs), and the publication and printing of art books (CdeCuba Art Books), as well as coordinating exhibitions of its Cuban Art Collection (CdeCuba Art Collection). Many artists from Miami attended the presentation to speak and exchange ideas with their colleagues. The meeting between creators who have been in the United States for years and those who have recently arrived was notable, with the latter being very aware of CdeCuba's impact on the island.

On this occasion, in addition to the magazine issues, a monographic book titled "The Trapeze Artist," dedicated to the work of Jeine Roque Santana, was presented. The book was written by art critic Antonio Correa Iglesias, who attended the event and mingled with the guests, including the artist [Roque] himself. The event took place in the gallery space of The Rodríguez Collection, where attendees could observe the works of notable Cuban and Latin American artists while exchanging ideas about the book and magazine. MoCA-Americas supports the visual, literary, and performing arts, and is committed to combining them in several programs, including Art & Literature, Art & Music, and Art in the Community.

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