Tania Bruguera, Title: Tribute to Ana Mendieta  Conception year: 1985  Implementation years: 1986-1996  Medium: Re-creation of works  Duration: Long-Term project  Materials: Ana Mendieta's artworks and unrealized projects, lectures, exhibitions, interviews, texts

Tania Bruguera, Title: Tribute to Ana Mendieta Conception year: 1985 Implementation years: 1986-1996 Medium: Re-creation of works Duration: Long-Term project Materials: Ana Mendieta's artworks and unrealized projects, lectures, exhibitions, interviews, texts

Coco Fusco. On the Detention of Cuban Artist Tania Brugera http://www.e-flux.com/announcements/on-the-detention-of-cuban-artist-tania-bruguera-by-coco-fusco/#

Coco Fusco. On the Detention of Cuban Artist Tania Brugera http://www.e-flux.com/announcements/on-the-detention-of-cuban-artist-tania-bruguera-by-coco-fusco/#

Tania Bruguera: "Self Sabotage"

Tania Bruguera: "Self Sabotage"

As Art, Tania Bruguera Lives Like a Poor Immigrant - NYTimes.com

As Art, Tania Bruguera Lives Like a Poor Immigrant

As Art, Tania Bruguera Lives Like a Poor Immigrant - NYTimes.com

Tania Bruguera Launches Bike-Based Project to Improve Ties Between Immigrants and NYC Government http://lnk.al/4uhF #artnews

Tania Bruguera Launches Bike-Based Project to Improve Ties Between Immigrants and NYC Government http://lnk.al/4uhF #artnews

Tania Bruguera (born 1968 in Havana, Cuba) is a Cuban installation and performance artist.   Bruguera's work pivots around issues of power and control, and several of her works interrogate and re-present events in Cuban history.  On January 2, 2015, she was freed after having had three back-to-back detentions in three days, and after over a thousand artists worldwide signed an open letter to Raúl Castro calling for her release.[6]

Tania Bruguera (born 1968 in Havana, Cuba) is a Cuban installation and performance artist. Bruguera's work pivots around issues of power and control, and several of her works interrogate and re-present events in Cuban history. On January 2, 2015, she was freed after having had three back-to-back detentions in three days, and after over a thousand artists worldwide signed an open letter to Raúl Castro calling for her release.[6]

In June 2017, YBCA and renowned artist and activist Tania Bruguera will embark on a wide-ranging collaboration in which the art center performs the functions of a civic institution.

In June 2017, YBCA and renowned artist and activist Tania Bruguera will embark on a wide-ranging collaboration in which the art center performs the functions of a civic institution.

Tania Bruguera's Immigrant Movement International, presented by Creative Time and the Queens Museum of Art, is a Long-Term art project1 in the form of an artist initiated socio-political movement. Bruguera will spend a year operating a flexible community space in the multinational and transnational neighborhood of Corona, Queens, which will serve as the movement's headquarters.

Tania Bruguera's Immigrant Movement International, presented by Creative Time and the Queens Museum of Art, is a Long-Term art project1 in the form of an artist initiated socio-political movement. Bruguera will spend a year operating a flexible community space in the multinational and transnational neighborhood of Corona, Queens, which will serve as the movement's headquarters.

Artist Tania Bruguera Arrested Again in Havana, Injured by Police

Artist Tania Bruguera Arrested Again in Havana, Injured by Police

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