Antonio Guerrero’s 15 Prison Paintings for 15 years can now be seen at Auckland University

Dear Friends of Cuba,

You now have another opportunity in Auckland to see the paintings exhibition “I will Die the Way I Lived” by Antonio Guerrero, one of the Cuban Five. Please come along, bring a friend, and tell others about it. The exhibition is a way for people to find out more about the campaign to Free the Cuban Five.

The exhibition is at the University of Auckland, in the 3rd Floor reception area of Arts 1 Building 206, 14a Symonds Street.Hosted by the New Zealand Centre for Latin American Studies, it will be there until May 7.

The exhibition will be included as part of a book launch and video screening on politics in Venezuela May 2, 3-4.30pm, Arts 1 Building – Room 315. Full details available at the University of Auckland website.

Previously, the exhibition has been shown in Auckland at Artstation and at the Asia-Pacific regional meeting of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom. If you know of other venues where the paintings can be shown, or want more information, please contact the Cuba Friendship Society in Auckland by replying to this email.

In Solidarity

Annalucia Vermunt

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