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All Eyes on Cuba in AQ's New Culture Issue

"Cultura" is a twice-yearly look at music, art and literature in our hemisphere. In our inaugural edition: Cuba.
Cuban-French duo Ibeyi

Americas Quarterly is proud to unveil Cultura, a new twice-yearly supplement featuring contributions from established and emerging voices in Latin American arts and letters. Building on the Americas Society's 50-year history at the forefront of artistic exchange, we hope to offer a window into the unique energy of our hemisphere. In the inaugural issue, we look at poetry, literature, art and music in Cuba.

Clara Porset

Clara Porset: Revolutionary by Design

Behind the influential designer's fraught relationship with the Cuban Revolution.

Portfolio: The Art and Activism of Tania Bruguera

Art as activism, social engagement and performance.

Ibeyi Is Ready for the World. Is the World Ready for Them?

The Cuban-French duo's debut is a dark and hymnal listening experience.

Telmary Díaz Demands That You Listen

Vocal pyrotechnics - and a whole lot more - from one of Cuba's most influential MCs.
Dayme Arocena

A Stylish Debut from Jazz Singer Daymé Arocena

The 24-year-old Cuban singer has carved out a musical place for herself in the Afro-Cuban jazz world.

"I Was Destined to Be a Percussionist"

An interview with the musical motor behind Cuba's BandAncha.

Miami, Beyond the Palm Trees

An excerpt from Andrés Neuman's How to Travel without Seeing: Dispatches from the New Latin America.
El Botge

El Bote/The Dump

A poem by Cuban poet Rito Ramón Aroche, translated by Kristin Dykstra.
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