Rachel Valdes Camejo’s mystifying installation offers a new space for self-reflection in Times Square. It’s her first public art project in New York City, representing a new chapter for Camejo and her home country of Cuba.

Camejo came all the way from Havana to challenge our perception of the world around us. The painter and artist revealed her latest piece in the heart of our city. Three mirrored surfaces create a seemingly infinite corridor that multiplies the energy of Times Square.

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“The Beginning of the End” is a collaboration between Times Square Arts and the Cuban Artists Fund, a non-profit created to expand the global impact of Cuban arts.

 

(Photos by Herby Joseph)

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