The grand Hotel Nacional de Cuba.
Mounir Fatmi’s Obstáculos (Obstacles), 2015, part of “Detrás del Muro”.
Dagoberto Rodríguez Sánchez, one of the founders of the famed Cuban artist collective Los Carpinteros.
An installation from “Mountains With a Broken Edge” a group show curated by Wilfredo Prieto at the Bicycle Factory, in Havana’s Vedado, 2015.
The jazz singer Haydée Milanés, daughter of Pablo Milanés.
A work by the Cuban artist Damian Aquiles in the house where he lives with his wife, Pamela Ruiz.
A party at Ella Fontanals-Cisneros’s home during the biennial.
Marco Antonio Castillo Valdés and Rodríguez Sánchez, two members of Los Carpinteros.
Art enthusiasts in Old Havana’s Cathedral Square.
The artist Arlés del Rio’s installation Resaca (Undertow), 2015, a functioning beach on the Malecón.
The U.S. Attache's residence.
Political propaganda is virtually the only “advertising” in Cuba.
Mariela Castro Espín, Raúl Castro’s daughter, an activist for LGBT rights in Cuba.
A dinner at the artist Wilfredo Prieto’s 18th-century house in Vedado.
A view of the artist Arlés del Rio’s Resaca (Undertow).
The Cuban film producer Joseph “Jay” Rodríguez Fuentes’s home in Old Havana.
The curator Juanito Delgado’s house is filled with friends’ artworks.
A the National Museum of Fine Arts, Gustavo Pérez Monzón re-created Tramas, originally made in the ’80s using rocks, wire, and elastic thread.