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Exhibition in Cuba recognizes work by night watchwomen


Exhibition in Cuba recognizes work by night watchwomen

Havana, Aug 19 (Prensa Latina) The exhibition "I Have a Dream" recognizes the work by watchwomen at Havana's Napoleonic Museum, which opens to the public on Friday to contrast beauty from a different perspective.
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The work by Cuban photographer Jennifer Albin revisits “French women’s representation in the collection of engravings at the gallery” and contrasts with these pieces the work of those who protect part of the nation’s cultural heritage.

According to the specialized critics, the exhibition is designed to achieve a dialogue and a connection that takes into account the context, space and time of both artistic proposals.

The exhibition allows to see some works with a look to youth and others with a nod to “the elegant clothes of the empire style and its position in the royalty.”

According to organizers and specialists, other photographs bring the viewer closer to a more spiritual vision that involves taking care of those museum objects of great heritage wealth.”


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