Habana: El nuevo arte de hacer ruinas

“Havana: The New Art of Making Ruins” reflects the outcome of fifty years under a communist dictatorship. A once-glorious city, now a shadow of its former beauty, lays in ruins—a silent witness to the times. This is dedicated to the awareness of those around the globe who have supported and contributed to the so-called “Cuban Revolution.” In this depiction, a solitary man adorned with a straw hat walks down a desolate path, conveying a sense of abandonment and decay that has befallen the area he traverses. His identity is proclaimed with a subtitle, marking him as Nicanor del Campo, a figure amidst the backdrop of a city’s faded splendor.

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