Los Carpinteros, "Rumba Muerta"

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The gallery presents three new pieces by this Havana collective, known for its drawings and architectural installations that subtly critique the Castro regime. The first work is based on the stadium built in Havana in 1991 for the Pan American Games; meant as a sign of economic strength, it became instead a symbol of the country's financial ruin later in that decade. The second installation consists of instruments from a salsa band, melting into pools as if suffering from extreme heat, while the third piece is a reading room devoid of reading matter.

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