Brings together models, drawings and archival photographs as well as new photography of key buildings, not only those by the Brazilian Oscar Niemeyer and Mexican Luis Barragán but also less well known structures by Cuban architects, such as Hugo d’Acosta.
The exhibition is accompanied by two major publications: a catalogue and an anthology of primary texts translated from Spanish and Portuguese.
Retrospective (organised by the McMullen Art Museum, Boston College) of the Cuban twentieth-century artist Wifredo Lam (1902-1982) alongside responses to his legacy by contemporary artists. Traces his career from his early studies in Madrid, his move to Paris in 1938 where he became a member of the Surrealists in the 1940s before he developed his signature fusion of Cubism, Surrealism, Santería imagery and vivid Afro-Caribbean symbolism.
The exhibition will transfer to the Pompidou Centre, Paris, in September 2015.