Iván de la Nuez

IVÁN DE LA NUEZ is an essayist, a critic and an art curator. In 1995, he received the Rockefeller Fellowship for the Humanities. He has written art and literary criticism in numerous media, such as El País and the cultural magazine, La Maleta de Portbou. He has been director of the Center for the Image of Barcelona, La Virreina, as well as curator of several highly relevant exhibitions. Author of different anthologies, such as Cuba: The Possible Island (1995), Landscapes After the Wall (1999) or Cuba and the Day After (2001), his essays The Perpetual Raft (1998) and Red Fantasy (2006) have achieved a great reception amongst the critics and the public, and they have been translated into several languages.

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