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José Yaque  Interior with Hurricane, 2016 Installation, Variable materials and dimensions | Courtesy of CAB
José Yaque Interior with Hurricane, 2016 Installation, Variable materials and dimensions | Courtesy of CAB
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Transhumance: CAB Exhibition Explores The Idea Of A Migrant Habitat

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Updated: 9 June 2016
Contemporary Art Brussels (CAB) studies the meaning of home and identities and how art prevails all through its latest exhibition Transhumance. The idea of a habitat no longer seems to fit a static definition, as individuals live in an era of globalization. Eleven artists envisage this paradox through observing Cuba and its population within today’s worldview of blending cultures and societies. Using installations and various mediums, the artists displayed in Transhumance deliver a special exhibition that observes the traditional nuances of Cuba’s past with a flurry of change from its present and potential future.

📅 Mon Apr 15th-Sat 25th June 2016, opening from Wed-Sat 2pm-6pm

📍 Rue Borrens, 32-34, 1050 Ixelles, Belgium

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