¡Cuba Libre!: An Exhibition of Cuban & American Ceramics, Prints & Photographs

Curator: Catherine Merrill
Artist: Group*
Displayed: Jan 16, 2016 – Feb. 27, 2016

Catherine Merrill, an award-winning artist and authority on Cuban ceramic art, curated this showcase, which was inspired by President Barack Obama’s ground-breaking decision in 2015, to re-establish diplomatic relations between Cuba and the United States. ¡Cuba Libre! featured work from some of the island’s most preeminent ceramic and print artists as well as that of Cuban-American artists in the United states who’ve engaged together in a decade-long intercultural exchange.

*Exhibiting Artists:
Alberto Lescay
Ana Maria Cardenas
Antonio Lewis
Catherine Merrill
Gary Erickson
Israel Tamayo
Joel Bennett
Jose Luis Berenguer
Jose Vasquez Xene
Juan Pablo Cardenas
Nelson Dominguez
Raul Miranda
Xiomara Gutierrez

About the curator:

Catherine Merrill has been described as “the foremost U.S. authority on contemporary Cuban ceramics.” She has received the Jose Maria Heredia Medal of Honor, the highest arts award in the province of Santiago de Cuba, for her contributions to Cuban ceramics. Her work has been shown in more than 150 national and international exhibitions, and She has been published in Ceramics Art & Perception, the Studio Potter, New Ceramics, Contemporary American Pottery, the NCECA Journal, CLAY TIMES and Terracotta Magazine. Merrill has also presented numerous workshops and lectures at colleges and art centers in the United States, Canada, Argentina and Cuba.

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