La Habana: Ministerio de Cultura, 1985. Silkscreen on board. 75 x 50 cm.
After the Revolution of 1959, Cuba exceeded in producing culturally rich posters and films. In particular, the Instituto Cubano del Arte y la Industria Cinematrograficos (ICAIC) was established in result of the culture law developed by the revolutionary government. This new governing system believed that film media was to be the impetus for education and spreading nationalist ideas to the public. The plan to disseminate these ideas involved travel film exhibitions, of which Bolivia was one of the countries who hosted a week of Cuban film.
From the collection of Herbert C.V. Feinstein, Ph.D. San Francisco State University Professor of English; B.A. (1948), Columbia University; J.D. (1951), Harvard University; M.A. (1959), Ph.D. (1968), University of California, Berkeley, advanced study, Indiana University. Professor since 1959. Emeritus since 2002. Died 2018. Item #51-3216