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1981
Volume 26, Issue 52
  • ISSN: 0845-4450
  • E-ISSN: 2048-6928

Abstract

Abstract

A panorama of key events (Salon de Mayo in 1967, the Havana Cultural Congress in 1968, the Exhibition of The Third World in 1968), artworks, and architectures (Pabellón Cuba, Coppelia, ISA, suburban housing, the Expo 67 pavilion) expressive of the cosmopolitanism of the 1959–1969 period – a form of decolonized cosmopolitanism, within which the newly self-described ‘Third World’ claimed Havana as its own.

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Keyword(s): 1960s; Cuba; Havana
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