Sandra Ceballos’ Art Gallery Espacio Aglutinador

HAVANA – MARCH 23: Cuban artist Sandra Ceballos stands in front of a wall displaying her piece (Photo by Sven Creutzmann/Mambo Photo/Getty Images) DROITS RESERVES

HAVANA – MARCH 23: Cuban artist Sandra Ceballos stands in front of a wall displaying her piece (L) « El Consejo and me » and a piece by artist Ezequiel Suarez called « Linea, oh Linea » (R), on March 23, 2009, in Havana, Cuba. Her tattoo portrays a comic strip figure by Cuban artist Santiago ‘Chago’ Armada called « Salomon » which appeared in the 1970s newspaper « Revolution » predecessor to the current communist party-run « Granma. » Ceballos displays work of Cuban artists in her home in Havana’s Vedado district which she has transformed into an art gallery called El Espacio Aglutinador, the country’s oldest, non-government funded, space for alternative art in the city. Just days before the 10th Havana Biennial Art Exhibition in Havana, Cuba, Ceballos opened a group show called « La Perra Subasta, » or « The Auction of the Big Dog, » which is attracting the attention of art institutions around the globe. (Photo by Sven Creutzmann/Mambo Photo/Getty Images) DROITS RESERVES

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