Sweet Home Museo Cubano's exhibition Women at the Edge of an Island / Mujeres al borde de una isla continues.

Through August 8, 2014

The Cuban Museum, Inc. and the Aluna Art Foundation continue to present the exhibition Women at the Edge of an Island / Mujeres al borde de una isla, a group show that includes 23 visual artists from the Cuban Diaspora who explore through art the complex realities of displacement, biculturalism, separation, national identity, and personal and family upheaval that results from the experience of migration and exile.

This program is part of the Cuban Museum’s Sweet Home Museo Cubano Series, made possible by an Arts Challenge Grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation; the Miami Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs, Board of County Commissioners of Miami-Dade; and additional support from Bank of America, Memorial Plan, ArtesMiami, and Friends of the Museum.

The show has been curated by Jesús Rosado and Ileana Fuentes and represents a collaborative effort with the Aluna Art Foundation.

Included in the exhibition are Miami-based artists María Brito; Margarita Cano; Consuelo Castañeda; Elizabeth Cerejido; Liliam Cuenca; Ana Albertina Delgado; Demi; Liliam Domínguez; Ivonne Ferrer; Nereida García-Ferraz; María Lino; Laura Luna; María Martínez-Cañas and Angela Valella. They are joined by Spain-based Lien Carrazana; Ana Ferrer and Gladys Triana from New York; Rosa Irigoyen, from Puerto Rico; Elizabeth Mesa-Gaido, from Kentucky; Silvia Lizama from Hollywood, Florida; Boca Ratón-based Juana Valdés; Clara Morera, from North Carolina; and Lydia Rubio, presently residing in Colombia.

Saturday Brunch at the Edge | Brunch al borde will be held July 19, 26 and August 2, 12-4 pm.
Catalogue for the show will be available on August 8th at a reception at Aluna, between 5 and 9 pm.
For general gallery hours and information please contact the Cuban Museum at 305.529.5400.

Cuban Museum at the Aluna Art Foundation
172 W. Flagler Street,
Miami, FL 33130
Ph: 305.529.5400

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