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Mixed feelings on the horizon

'Surrounded by Water' illustrates the hopes and fears of isolated Cubans

By Cate McQuaid
Globe Correspondent / February 24, 2008

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An endless sea made up of thousands of small fish hooks rendered in felt-tip pen looms in Yoan Capote's drawing "Isla (Diptico-estudio para unos cuadros)", the art work given center stage in "Surrounded by Water: Expressions of Freedom and Isolation in Contemporary Cuban Art," at Boston University Art Gallery. (Full article: 1049 words)

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