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Many assume that the greatest challenges facing Cuban artists come from within Cuba – often they don't

In further news: Cuban activists’s manifesto against cultural censorship; the Reina Sofía’s plan to protect Guernica

In further news: Cuban artists fight for creative freedom; in London, plans to relocate suffragette statue met with anger

In further news: San Francisco takes a pro-immigrant stand with new arts project; Cuba clamps down on independent biennial

In further news: Cuba gets its first independent art biennial; Germany to fund investigations into African loot

Fountain dedicated to José Martí, a figurehead of Cuban independence, and the revolutionary leader Abel Santamaría, Santiago de Cuba. Courtesy Matthew Connors

From the many unpublished obituaries of Fidel Castro to the architecture of Dubai: what to read about this weekend

From the concept of human nature to post-Brexit erotica: what to read this weekend

Orit Gat and artist Julia Weist travel to Havana in search of El Paquete Semanal, the Cuban offline internet

Fountain dedicated to José Martí, a figurehead of Cuban independence, and the revolutionary leader Abel Santamaría, Santiago de Cuba. All photographs courtesy Matthew Connors

Art historian Andrianna Campbell and photographer Matthew Connors visited Cuba to explore the shifting meaning of political monuments in a new era

Rewell Altunaga, Coward, 2007, modified video game

Digital art in Cuba

Cuba, performance and society’s relationship to its history

Exploring the history of Cuba’s National Art schools – a tale that reflects the hopes and failures of a revolution