Cuba art festival transforms Havana
The Havana Bienal has begun in Cuba, a contemporary art event that's been bringing artists together since 1984.
The exhibition lasts a month and attracts visitors mainly from Latin America.
It takes place in venues all over the Cuban capital - but this year, the organisers have made a special effort to bring the art out of the galleries and onto the streets.
That has turned the city's iconic seafront into a giant open-air gallery, as the BBC's Sarah Rainsford reports.