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During broadcast hours, all TVs in Cuba are on, even if only as background noise. They are outdated pre-revolution relics imported from America or Russia: Convulsing static pictures in off-color hues, jury-rigged with computer parts and other discarded technological talismans, and adorned like religious altars. Cuba TV: Dos Canales goes inside the homes of Cubans in Havana, where thetwo government-controlled TV stations are the most important means of communication. Intimate and captivating photographs of old TV sets show how they fit into the everyday lives of Cubans.
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Hardcover. 80 pages.
Mark Batty Publisher
W 8.50” H 8.50”
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