Raquel de Caria Patricio
Meridiano 47 2016;17

International relations | Political science

This article intends to analyze the possible scenarios of evolution of Cuba after Fidel in the short and medium term, after a retrospective of the Cuban Revolution, its democratic and anticommunist motivations and its authoritarian drift and later its Soviet leaning.

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Architectural Ruins and Urban Imaginaries: Carlos Garaicoa’s Images of Havana
Contemporaneity: Historical Presence in Visual Culture 2016 (https://doi.org/10.5195/contemp.2016.130)
Contemporary Cuban artist Carlos Garaicoa juxtaposes photographic images of Havana’s architectural ruins with timidly articulated drawings that trace the outlines of the dilapidated buildings in empty urbanscapes. Each of these fragile drawings, ofte...

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