Santiago “Chago” Armada (1937-1995) established himself as the cartoonist of the Cuban Revolution and went on to inspire the next generation of Cuban artists. Chago became a symbol of revolutionary purity, and was respected for his criticism “from within the Revolution.”
From Sierra Maestra to La Habana , curated by Luis Camnitzer, comprised approximately fifty drawings from different periods of Chago’s oeuvre.
Read Drawing Papers 17: From Sierra Maestra to La Habana: The Drawings of Chago.
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