The exhibition “Cuban Architectures: The Third Space” explores, through the lens of architecture, the antagonistic context that has characterized Cuba, since the decades before the Cuban Revolution to the present day. The exhibition aims to create a Third Space where conflicting ideological narratives can meet and engage in dialogue. By walking through the presented materials, visitors can construct their own interpretations of the complexities of Cuban history and its present.
5:00 p.m. Curatorial guided tour in English
6:00 pm. 20:00 Havana Nights
Salsa workshop for beginners with Zsanett Antalfy, dance instructor of Salsa Diabólica.
7:00 p.m. Curatorial guided tour in Hungarian
9.00 p.m. Havana Nights
Salsa workshop for beginners with Éva Kramarik, dance instructor of Salsa Diabólica.
Between 4:00 p.m. and 12:00 a.m.
Tours of the building: Exhibition hall and archive in a museum space. The industrial monument that is the Goldberger building is opened up to public view once a year. The basement of the building holds records of the fieldwork that underpinned Radio Free Europe’s broadcasts during the Cold War, as well as the collection of Human Rights documents.
Tours depart every even hour, English-language guided tours are available on request.