Hey, Afro-Cubans represent Cuba too

A report by Néstor David Pastor for OK Africa. ‘Visionary Aponte: Art and Black Freedom’ is a new exhibition bringing a lost book of paintings to life. To date, the court testimony of José Antonio Aponte, a free black man of Yoruba origin and eponym of the doomed 1812 anti-slavery rebellion in Cuba that bears his name, […]

via These Artists Re-Imagined The Artwork of an Afro-Cuban Revolutionary — Repeating Islands

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