Tag Archives: Cuba

May Day, 2018

Boris Ignatovitch, May Day in Moscow, May 1, 1927 (329.1986) Robert Capa, [Young girls and boys parading in the streets on May Day, Paris], May 1, 1936-37 (322.1992) Robert Capa, [Spectators at a May Day celebration, Paris], May 1, 1937 … Continue reading

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“BODY SAID TO BE GUEVARA’S”

Art Workers Coalition, Let Me Say, at the Risk of Sounding Ridiculous, That the True Revolutionary is Guided by Great Feelings of Love, ca. 1971 (804.2002) Unidentified Photographer, [Che Guevara riding a tractor on a dirt road], 1950s, (2014.63.4) Unidentified … Continue reading

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Burt Glinn’s Cuba

Burt Glinn, Young “guerillero” recently in hiding speaks to his first civilian lady, Havana, Cuba, January 1, 1959 Burt Glinn, Fidel Castro in the town liberated by Ernesto Che Guevara delivering a speech that lasts for hours, Santa Clara, Cuba, … Continue reading

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Uncle Sam’s Burden

B.L. Singley, Keystone View Company, The Philippines, Porto Rico, and Cuba—Uncle Sam’s Burden, 1899 Introduced during the President’s State of the Union address in 1823, the Monroe Doctrine states that the American continents, by the free and independent condition which they have … Continue reading

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Ernesto Bazan’s Cuba

Ernesto Bazan, Children Playing with Soap Bubbles, Havana, Cuba, 1998 Ernesto Bazan, Diving, Havana, Cuba, 1995 Ernesto Bazan, Machetero Drinking, Bejucal, Cuba, 1996 Ernesto Bazan, Boy on the Ferry, Havana, Cuba, 2004 I look at my work in Cuba as … Continue reading

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