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Please note that the monograph on Guido is no longer available. A revised version should be released in 2023

English translation is on its way.

Coming soon 

 

Earlier this year we announced an online exhibition that will bring together Guido Llinás and Rona Neves, important visual artist from Rio de Janeiro. The exhibition has been postponed due to technical issues, but will certainly open in November 2022. We will keep you updated! 

With Maurício Barros de Castro and Edu Monteiro, State University of Rio de Janeiro (UERJ), Christoph Singler, Rona, and Ana Paula Alves Ribeiro; hosted by Napa Rocha. 

The link to this event will be placed here. 

 

 

2022 "Cuba nous réunit en terre étrangère": Lezama Lima et Guido Llinás, Poemas, should be released soon in Lezama Lima et la France, edited by Armando Valdés Zamora. Paris,  ENS, Editions Rue d’Ulm. 

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Recent collective exhibitions showing work by Guido 

2022-2023
Abstractions cubaines des années 1950 à nos jours. Brest, Passerelle Centre d'art contemporain. October - Janvier

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2022

El pasado mío/My own past. Afrodescendant contributions to Cuban Art. Cooper Gallery Harvard​, Cambridge Mass. 16 Sept. - 21 December

2020  

"Allied with Power: African and African Diaspora Art from the Jorge M. Pérez Collection. Pérez Art Museum Miami, April 24-July 26. 

2019

"The Universal Language of Abstraction". Panamerican Arts Project, Miami January 20-March 9. 

Recent publications

2020, July 24

Online Panel at LAPA (Laboratório de Artes y Políticas da Alteridade), Universidade do Estado de Rio de Janeiro (UERJ): Artes e  Circuitos da Diáspora Africana. With Rona Neves and Christoph Singler, Moderator Thaís Rocha

2019 

"Cartas contra la deriva", in Cuban studies N° 47, Pittsburgh University Press, pp. 301-321

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2018

Christoph Singler gave a paper called "Contra el framing: los aportes de la monografía a una historia transnacional del arte cubano" in "Reflections on Cuban Visual Arts: Race, Politics , and Institutional Development", a panel organised by the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, Harvard University, October 19, 2018 (Co-speakers: Abigail McEwen, Cary Aileen García Yero, Dolores Rodriguez, and Moderator Alejandro de la Fuente).

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