A total of 20 pieces are on display, using media including paint, animation, videos and mixed media on paper. The current exhibit is called Tándem, a reference to the process both artist went through to prepare and coordinate their work: peadling together, as on a tandem bicycle, to attain a unique artistic outcome.
From a young age, Tania Bruguera, 46, won international acclaim as an irreverent, barrier-breaking performance artist. She smeared the floor with pig's blood to make a point about sexual assault. She stripped naked and ate dirt in tribute to Cuba's vanished indigenous tribes. During one performance in Colombia, she circulated trays of cocaine — real cocaine — among the audience, inviting viewers to try it. They did.
Scores of music fans flooded the Amón Solar building in San José's Barrio Amón last Friday to celebrate the International Blues Festival.