ART & DESIGNPhotos: Tania Bruguera: Rebel With a CauseFor the cuban artist Tania Bruguera, free expression comes at a price.by Linda Yablonsky12.02.151Tania Bruguera performing El Peso de la Culpa (The Burden of Guilt), 1997–1999, Caracas, Venezuela. Collection of El Museo del Barrio, New York/Courtesy of Studio Bruguera.2Photographer: Jeremy LiebmanThe artist, photographed in New York in October.3Bruguera’s performance piece Displacement, 1998–1999, in Havana. Courtesy of Studio Bruguera.4Tatlin’s Whisper #5, 2008, at Tate Modern, in London. Courtesy of Studio Bruguera.5Untitled (Havana, 2000), 2000, which was recently acquired by MoMA. Casey Stoll/courtesy of Studio Bruguera.6The performance piece Self-Sabotage, 2009. Courtesy of Studio Bruguera.7Bruguera with her father, Miguel, in Lebanon, 1974.8Bruguera (front), as a child in Cuba’s embassy in Paris, 1974. Courtesy of the artist.