Artist Alberto Lescay didn’t just create Cuba’s largest sculpture, he’s teaching a new generation — Repeating Islands

A report by Randy Lewis for the Los Angeles Times. Cruising along Avenida Raul Pujol, weathered brown hands on the wheel of his late-model Hyundai economy car, Cuban artist Alberto Lescay smiles and points toward El Parque Zoologico, which sits about a mile down the road from his private workshop in the stately Vista Alegre neighborhood. […]

via Artist Alberto Lescay didn’t just create Cuba’s largest sculpture, he’s teaching a new generation — Repeating Islands

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