On Cuba magazine features 19 photos of the amazing pieces now adorning Havana’s Malecón, the seaside promenade, in the art show “Behind the Wall” (part of Havana’s 12th Biennial). [Shown here, “Blue Cube” by Rachel Valdés (above) and “Delicatessen” (below) by Roberto Fabelo.
For an entire month, Havana’s Malecon seaside will be more than simply a wall separating the city from the ocean. Some of the artists taking part at the Havana Biennial have turned this walkway into a street gallery that accommodates the most bizarre objects and installations: giant cakes, a skating ring, sand beach chairs and umbrellas. Clearer in their meaning to some, incomprehensible to others, these 60 works belong to a curatorial section of the art show titled Behind the Wall.
For full gallery, see http://oncubamagazine.com/culture/occupy-seaside-havanas-12th-biennial/