Cuba Dispersa (Cuba Dispersed)

Cuba Dispersa (Cuba Dispersed)
A Modernist Regime: The Contemporary Cuban Lens
July 11, 2024 – September 1, 2024
Larson Gallery
Curated by Abel González Fernández and Laura Mott, Chief Curator

Liliam Dooley, Libertad Para Luis Manuel (Freedom for Luis Manuel), 2021, digital poster.

Cuba Dispersa (Cuba Dispersed) and Marco Castillo: The Hands of the Collector are complementary presentations that serve as a contemporary response to the historical survey, A Modernist Regime: Cuban Mid-Century Design, also on view at the museum.

A Modernist Regime: Cuban Mid-Century Design and A Modernist Regime: The Contemporary Cuban Lens are organized by Cranbrook Art Museum and curated by Abel González Fernández and Laura Mott, Chief Curator, with Andrew Satake Blauvelt, Director, and Andrew Ruys de Perez, the Jeanne and Ralph Graham Curatorial Fellow. The exhibitions are generously supported by the Gilbert Family Foundation, the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Clannad Foundation, the George Francoeur Art Museum Exhibition Fund, Marc Schwartz & Emily Camiener, Karen & Drew Bacon, Jennifer & Brian Hermelin, Kelsey & Evan Ross, and ArtMembers of Cranbrook Art Museum.