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In Cuba, it sometimes seems time stopped in the '60s.Despite a succession of sweeping changes in recent years – rapprochement with the U.S. and Fidel Castro's death – the rhythm of life on the island remains as languid as ever.Cuban artist Alejandro Campins also addresses the island's lethargy in his work.Many artists have found inspiration in Cuban time.Things have been evolving since President Raul Castro came to power in 2008 .Nearly six decades after the Cuban Revolution, a Castro is still in power, dissent is muzzled, the U.S. embargo remains in place and the island's economy is 80 percent controlled by the state.With the 85-year-old leader preparing to hand over power in February 2018, he may now be the one who finds time running short.
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