These are the exhibitions Resistance, by Jose Omar Torres; Voices of Abandonment, by Yoel Diaz Galvez; and Evidences, by Ivan Abreu, the first one at the Conde Rul Museum, the other two at the University of Guanajuato.
Another exhibition is dedicated to Cuban poster art in the cinema, an expression that achieved recognition in the second half of the 20th century, especially for reflecting the filmmaking of the so-called Third World countries.
Entitled Latin America through cinema. Cuban Poster Collection, the exhibition will also open to the public today, but at the former Hacienda San Jose del Copal, now a teaching space of the Guanajuato University.
The 49th edition of the International Cervantino Festival has Cuba as Guest of Honor, so a large delegation representing the different cultural expressions of the Caribbean island is part of the billboard of the event that will last until October 31.
Cuba will be represented by the popular music orchestra Los Van Van, the Camerata Romeu, pianist José María Vitier and his group, the Septeto Santiaguero and filmmaker Alejandro Gil, among other renowned artists.