At the beginning of the 2021 Art Basel | Miami Art week, MIAMI LIVING Magazine featured my Vanishing Cuba book on their home page, Arts & Leisure section, and their Art Basel – Art Miami week guide. It’s a great read.
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T+L writes, “Few places on earth compare with Cuba—an isolated, communist island nation frozen in time. The country has a seemingly endless collection of vintage American automobiles, some of the best-preserved Spanish colonial architecture, and the world’s most renowned cigars and rum. A new coffee table book by MICHAEL CHINNICI captures its evolving face and constant soul.”
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PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA RECEIVES VANISHING CUBA “RESERVE EDITION” NO. 44
On March 21, 2016, Our 44th President of the United States, Barack Obama, arrived in Cuba to extend a hand of friendship to the Cuban people. I was pleased to present President Obama with copy No.44 of my Reserve Edition of Vanishing Cuba.