In ancient Creation myths, water represented everything from fertility to the unconscious to a powerful force for healing. It was also considered an enduring symbol for change. For Cuban artist Manuel Mendive Hoyo, known for incorporating his Yoruban roots from the west coast of Africa and the clandestine language of his Santería religion into his mysterious artworks, water is also a recurring symbol of how his ancestors transformed the New World. This Saturday at 4 p.m. at the Frost Art Museum (10975 SW 17th St., Miami), the internationally celebrated Afro-Cuban talent will... More >>>