Linda S. Howe,

Lenders include the Museum of Modern Art, the Grolier Club, Wake Forest University; Holly Block, Leslie Garfield, Linda S. Howe, Szilvia Tanenbaum, Ben Rodríguez Cubenas, Carole and Alex Rosenberg, Robert Ruben, and participating artists in show.

Sponsors and Collaborating Institutions: The Reed Foundation, Inc., New York, NY; The Cuban Artists Fund, New York, NY; MoMA, New York, NY; The Grolier Club, New York, NY; and Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC.

Guest curator: Linda S. Howe, Professor of Romance Languages, is author of Transgression and Conformity: Cuban Writers and Artists after the Revolution (University of Wisconsin Press, 2004), numerous articles on Cuban culture, and several English and Spanish translations of fiction and poetry. She founded and directed Wake Forest’s summer academic program at the University of Havana, 1997-2005.

In 2005, Professor Howe curated an exhibition for the San Francisco Center for the Book, titled Journey to the Source: Handmade Books from Cuba and presented a workshop about Vigía books to students from area universities. In 2007, she presented a show at the Kohler Art Library of the Chazen Museum, University of Wisconsin, Madison.

Available dates:

February 15-April 15, 2010

April 22-June 22, 2010

July 1-Sept 4, 2010 Centrum, Port Townsend, Washington.

Available dates:

Sept 15-November 15, 2010

November 30, 2010-January 30, 2011

February, 2011

120 works (handmade books, prints, sculptures, film about artists, digital frames, and mixed media)

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Curator: Linda S. Howe, curator and Professor at Wake Forest University, in conjunction with Paul Bright, Assistant Director of WFU Fine Arts Gallery, and WFU professors and students, Winston-Salem, NC, 27109