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A meandering, if pleasant, excursion.
Short and sweet and limited ...
Alumbrones's creators talk up their work's restorative value, but never go into great detail about the world beyond their canvases.
Reducing the production of this work to political artifacts of each piece of art as a means of gaining a deeper self-understanding is a smart approach to exploring a contemporary subject we know little about.
Much of this is in the "who knew" mode, and it's lovely to get extended shots of the art. But the human angle is not skirted either.
A vividly conceived journey into the creative imagination and passion of artists in Cuba. And what miracle happens when art purely as a socially subsidized and esteemed professional pursuit, is liberated with a luminescent light from money.
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