“Both The End and Habana Libre are snapshots of places in time and ways of life that are either fading or being completely reinvented,” said Artist Michael Dweck. “The most obvious similarities are aesthetic - beautiful people in striking island settings. That was my initial attraction to both locales; this charmed life, the fantastical elements of seduction.”
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