The U.S. Art Industry Has Begun (Re)Invading Cuba


“At 331 Art Space in Havana, visitor traffic has gotten so heavy that it’s cutting into work hours. Adrian Fernandez, who shares the space with two other artists, said that in the past six months the studio has received guests from Facebook, Google, UPS, the Museum of Modern Art and the Smithsonian. ‘At least we try to have the mornings free—then people come in the afternoon—but as we have more demand that has gotten harder,’ said the 31-year-old photographer.”

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