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The cultural connection between Cuba and Italy has been furthered, with the signing of a memorandum agreement aimed at furthering cooperation between the two countries in the area of culture.
The great Cuban modernists - Wilfredo Lam, Mariano Rodriguez and Amelia Palaez del Casal - long have been internationally recognized. Their work is found in museums worldwide. But increasingly, the island's newer art is getting international attention, with the United States its biggest market.
Communist Cuba agreed on Monday to a U.S.-funded project to preserve thousands of Ernest Hemingway's documents and photographs found decaying at his Havana estate along with stuffed animal heads and rifles wrapped in parcel paper.
After four decades of Cold War sniping, Cuban art, music and theater are gradually setting the stage for reconciliation in a post-embargo era.
The Cuban government has agreed to allow access to a trove of Ernest Hemingway's papers that experts say promises to illuminate the period in which he wrote some of his most significant works.