Celebrating Street Art in Havana
Acrylic on canvas – 24" x 36"

Havana street art is a mix of fun and funky unsanctioned art, and official government propaganda that touts the success and ‘heroes’ of the Revolution. The government sanctioned art takes the form not only of murals and symbolism on the side of buildings but also billboards.

Because of the construction, and lack of construction in many areas, many facades and work sites are faced with plywood boards that contain such art. The street paintings reflect the style of much of the fine art in the galleries and the passion and troubles of the people. The artwork in the mural shown in this painting, down the main drag of Old Havana, is the work of three individual artists working together. I included their signatures in the painting, as well as my own. 

George H. Rothacker - Havana '59 - Street Art in Havana

Painting: Price on request
Print: $65 +tax and shipping