By KELLY CROW
This weekend, the art world is descending on Cuba for the 10th Havana Biennial to see new works from hundreds of young artists that are on display in the city's museums, crumbling colonial forts and baroque churches. Many art insiders will also make a stop at a space that's not on the biennial's roster: the living room of Sandra Ceballos.
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This article illustrates the independent spaces that are being forged throughout Cuba that are neither pro nor anti government.