Cuban graffiti artists bring social critique to Havana’s walls

HAVANA (Reuters) – The graffiti of alien-like beings and balaclava-clad men appearing on Havana’s dilapidated walls strikes a contrast with the upbeat political slogans and effigies of Cuban…






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