The Cuban Fine Arts Gallery brings the most innovative and compelling work from Cuba, USA, and Canada to New York City. The gallery opened in October 2014 in Williamsburg, Brooklyn with the goal to foster better understanding and easier access to Cuba’s contemporary art world. We now represent Cuban artists as well as other artists residing around the world. Our collection currently includes works by Nelson Dominguez, Manuel Mendive (both National Prize of Visual Art winners - Cuba’s most important prize in art) as well as Kcho, Francisco Nunez Martinez, Richard Hambleton, Jenny Okun, John Grande, Anna Barrett, Chad Merk, Carine Quadros, Aneli Pupo, Lorenzo Holder, Cavier Coleman, and ?.

The Gallery is run by Ed Steinberg of New York City. Read ArtNet's interview with Ed here...

Steinberg’s work has been shown at the Museum of Modern Art, NY; Whitney Museum, NY: Guggenheim, NY; The New Museum, NY; Styrian Autumn Festival, Graz, Austria; Festival de Cine de San Sebastian, Spain; Festival D’Automne, Paris; Coopertiva Spazziozero, Rome; Gallery Waterio, Japan; Lugano Contemporary Music Festival; The Art Museum of the Nereum, Helsinki; Video ON- Cumune De Roma- Estate Romana; Walker Art Center; Institute of Contemporary Art- Boston; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; The Aspen Center for the Visual Arts; Cervia Video Clips- Italy; High Museum of Art; The Kitchen, NY Shown/Curated show "Paysage du Clip" Music Videos As Art at Center George Pompidou, Paris and shown/ Curated at the Wood Street Gallery, Pittsburg and Musée d'art Contemporain de Montréal, Canada. Steinberg is a well-known video and documentary director and producer in the music and art community.