There’s something a little different about the new show at the Palm Beach Photographic Centre. Photos are certainly a component, but it’s also an art exhibition. It’s two … two … two exhibits in one. The first is called “The Conflux of Eternities,” the second, “An American Presence in Cuba.”
Most of the photos and all of the art are by Kadir Lopez, a Cuban who is the first resident artist at the Photo Centre.
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“The Conflux of Eternities” and “An American Presence in Cuba”
When: Through Nov. 16
Where: Palm Beach Photographic Centre, 415 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach