Cuba Today: Through the Eyes of Eleven Photographers
Center for Law & Justice, Fifth Floor
123 Washington Street
Newark. NJ 07102
Cuba is much more than old cars and cigars. This exhibition brings together a diverse group of photographers whose journeys have taken them from Santiago De Cuba and Guantanamo in the east to Camaguey, Trinidad, Santa Clara, and Havana in the west. Their work give us an opportunity to see the Cuban people with new eyes. Their images are a testament to richness of the Cuban peoples’ heritage, culture, history, diversity, and ingenuity as well as the Cuban government’s reminders of their revolution. With work from Cyndie Burkhardt, Barbara Berger Brill, E. Jan Kounitz, Marsha Michel, Nancy Ori, Franc Palaia, Karen Rossen, Jay Seldin, Constance Sterling-Engman, Heidi Sussma, and Peter Tilgner.
Curated by Peter Tilgner.