While it may be policy or government that becomes Cuba’s history, it’s the artists who tell her story. A story found not only in the revolutions of visionaries, but everywhere. Usually the artist focuses on an element of this story to illuminate, and in time many collaborations create a picture.
But one artistic group in Alamar, a municipality east of Havana, has found a way to create entire pictures at once. In single movements they explore the tentacles of their world through a cocktail of imagination, expression, and brotherhood. Banned from festivals and forced underground, they exist without limits. The group calls themselves OMNI.