I grew up in Miami, where I developed an appreciation of all things Cuban. Today, I have a collection of more than 300 Cuban silkscreen movie posters from the 1960s to the present. (The Cubans have designed posters for most every movie shown on the island, whether it be from Cuba, the U.S., Poland, France, Japan and so on). I hope to mount an exhibit of these posters (many of which have become quite scarce) and offer them to a museum or university one day. Meanwhile, I am selling the extra Cuban posters I have acquired. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have an intrerest in Cuban graphics.
I am a journalist who was a staff writer for The Washington Post for 23 years. I now freelance for publications such as SMITHSONIAN magazine and The Washington Post. I authored a September 2010 cover story for SMITHSONIAN on the impact of the earthquake in Haiti on that nation's arts community. Here it is: