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children & youth, everyday life, history, people, socialism
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Raúl Cañibano Ercilla is based in Havana as an advertising photographer. Born in 1961, his work focuses on people and demonstrates the vitality of modern-day Cuban photography. He has exhibited world-wide and won a major prize in Cuba for a project on the life of rural workers.

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Raúl Cañibano Ercilla

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modernity, ritual, tradition
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Music (Afro-cuban, jazz)
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House of World Cultures

The percussionist and singer Milton Cardona, ´the Latin New Yorker´, is eminent among percussionists and bandleaders developing new personal concepts on the basis of traditional Afro-Cuban music and jazz. On the one hand he mixes the sounds of Puerto Rico and Manhattan, and on the other he mingles...

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Moderne, Ritual, Tradition
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Musik (Afro-cuban, Jazz)

Der Perkussionist und Sänger Milton Cardona, „The Latin New Yorker“, ist eine herausragende Figur unter den Perkussionisten und Bandleadern, die aus den Elementen traditioneller afro-kubanischer Musik und dem Jazz zu neuen und eigenen Konzepten vordringen. Auf der einen Seite vermischt er die...

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censorship, poverty
genre (subgenre):
Music (guaracha)
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Armut, Zensur
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Musik (Guaracha)

Pedro Luis Ferrer gilt in seiner Heimat Kuba seit den sechziger Jahren als einer der populärsten Chansonisten. Gefeiert als die Stimme der Armen, öffentlich jedoch lange Zeit verboten, sind seine Lieder sozialkritische und oft satirische Zeugnisse vom Leben und Überlebenskampf in der...

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border, death, gender, globalisation, post-colonialism
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Performing Arts (performance)
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Coco Fusco from Cuba is one of today´s best-known performance-artists and is often concerned with gender-specific conflicts, migration, cultural colonisation and death. In many projects planned with the Mexican performance artist Guillermo Gómez- Peña up to 1995, she reacted...

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Gender, Globalisierung, Grenze, Postkolonialismus, Tod
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Performing Arts (Performance)

Die aus Kuba stammende Coco Fusco zählt zu den bedeutendsten Performance-Künstlerinnen der Gegenwart. Im thematischen Zentrum ihrer Arbeit stehen genderspezifische Konflikte, Migration, kulturelle Kolonialisierung und der Tod. In zahlreichen, bis 1995 gemeinsam mit dem mexikanischen...

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Film (comedy, documentary, feature film, grotesque)
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Born in Havana on Cuba in 1928, Tomas Gutierrez Alea influenced Cuban film-making more than anyone else. All his 29 films focus on the paradoxes of life on Cuba, and his great international successes include ´Strawberry and Chocolate´ (1993) and ´Guantanamera´ (1995). He died in 1996.

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Alltag, Sozialismus
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Film (Dokumentarfilm, Groteske, Komödie, Spielfilm)

Tomas Gutierrez Alea wurde am 11. Dezember 1928 in Havanna geboren und begann in den vierziger Jahren als Amateurfilmer. Eine professionelle Ausbildung holte er in Rom nach. 1951 gründete er zusammen mit Santiago Alvarez u.a. im Untergrund die illegale Kulturgesellschaft "Nuestro...

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Tomas Gutierrez Alea

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Music (Latin jazz, Latin-rock, salsa)
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Born in Havana, Cuba, in 1963, ´El Negro´ Hernandez was said to be the most talented and innovative percussionist in the world, even before being awarded a Grammy in 1997. Whether performing with jazz-legends like McCoy Tyner or Michel Camilo, rock-stars like Carlos Santana and Stevie Winwood or in...

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children & youth, everyday life, history, people, revolution, socialism
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Cristobal Herrera Ulashkevich is a Cuban photographer based in Havana. Born in the 1970s, his black and white images featuring iconography of the revolution, everyday life and people demonstrate the continuing vitality of the contemporary Cuban photographic scene.

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New Dawn Artists
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Film (bollywood, commercial film, feature film)
Performing Arts (dance / Bharata Natyam, dance / Kathakali, theatre)
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Even in the times where she was a student at the controversial Nordic Black Theater Theater School, Sophia enraptured audiences with her performances. In her graduation project, she starred in the weighty intellectual "Confessions At Dawn", showing her ability to master long monologues....

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Sophia Kaushal

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Bildende Kunst (Fotografie)
Film (Dokumentarfilm)
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Maysam Makhmalbaf, 1981 in Teheran geboren, ist der Sohn von Mohsen Makhmalbaf. Mit 13 Jahren verließ er die Schule und studierte, wie seine Schwestern Samira und Hana, Film an der Makhmalbaf Film School. Er arbeitet hauptsächlich als Kameramann, Cutter und Fotograf. 2000 drehte er...

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Film (documentary)
Visual Arts (photography)

Maysam Makhmalbaf is Mohsen Makhmalbaf’s son, and was born 1981 in Tehran. At 13, he left school to attend the Makhmalbaf Film School along with his sisters, Samira and Hana. He works primarily as a cameraman, editor and photographer. In 2000, he directed “How Samira Made the Blackboard”, his first...

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Maysam Makhmalbaf

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José Julián Marti Montero was born in Havana in 1953. His father, an artist and photographer, inspired his interest in photography. In 1968, he began his career under the auspices of the celebrated Cuban photographer Alberto Korda whose theoretical and practical advice has had a...

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José Marti

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additional names:
Pablo Menéndez
genre (subgenre):
Music (blues, Latin jazz, nueva trova, reggae, rock)
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Mezcla, the name of one of the most popular Cuban bands, means mixture, since the band blends Anglo-American rock, Latin jazz, blues, reggae and a strong dose of the Afro-Cuban tradition with elements of the new Cuban song-movement nueva trova.

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Musik (Blues, Latin Jazz, Nueva Trova, Reggae, Rock)

"Mezcla" ist der Name einer der populärsten kubanischen Bands und bedeutet "Mischung" oder "Mixtur" – ein Hinweis auf das eklektische Konzept der Gruppe, die anglo-amerikanischen Rock, Latin Jazz, Blues, Reggae und afro-kubanische Traditionen mit Elementen der...

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