7th Havana Biennial -  Home November 2000 - January 2001Home
Special Exhibitions
Organized by the Centro de Arte Contemporáneo Wifredo Lam in collaboration with partners as part of the 7th Biennial.
Hélio Oiticica Hélio Oiticica: Beyond Space
Centro Provincial de las Artes Plásticas y Diseño
Jean-Michel Basquiat Jean-Michel Basquiat
Casa de las Américas, Galería Haydeé Santamaría
and Museo del Ron
La Gente en Casa La Gente en Casa
Cuban Art form the sixties to the nineties.
Remodelated Building #3 of the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes
Cuban Film Posters Cuban Film Posters
Former convent of San Francisco de Asís
Further special exhibitions not documented here:
(The descriptions have been taken from the Biennial program.)

Wifredo Lam
Works by the great Cuban artist (1902 - 1982) on paper and canvas from the collection of the National Museum for Fine Arts in Havana.
Location: Memorial José Martí

Contemporary Graphics
Graphics from the collection of the Brandywine Workshop in Philadelphia which has developed a multicultural program on themes and artists belonging to ethnic minorities in the USA. In addition, it has realized several joint projects with artists from other countries who have explored the diverse graphic techniques.
Location: Palacio del Segundo Cabo

Cuban Ceramics
Works by 15 artists in various formats and techniques, particularly installations. This exhibition is part of the ceramic workshop that took place previously.
Location: Castillo de la Real Fuerza, seat of the Museum for Cuban Ceramics.

First International Audiovisual and Multimedia Show
Thanks to the enthusiastic collaboration with artists who have worked in this field for some time, works of video art and other audiovisual techniques were shown within the scope of the Havana Biennial for the first time. The exhibition comprises works by authors from Colombia, Mexico, Spain, Switzerland, Canada and Sweden. The curators are Eurídice Arratia, Venezuelan art critic, and the Cuban video expert Raysa White
From the 14th to the 17th of November at the cinema 23 and 12
Exhibitions Tour

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