Culture in Havana
“There is a colonial, an eclectic and a deco Havana and also a modern Havana. According to Eusebio Leal, Havana is ``a state of mind.''
“When you arrive in Havana, you feel that something seduces you, attracts you, traps you, it leaves no one indifferent. Sometimes the city is covered by a veil of decay. But when you break the veil, the splendor of its urban planning and architecture appears and allows you, along a single avenue, to go from the castles of the 16th century to the modernity of Richard Neutra´´. Each person lives it, dreams of it or feels it in their own way: for most artists, Havana was or is, in many ways, an inspiration. (Eduardo Roca Salazar) engraver and painter.