In this photo taken Thursday, June 8, 2017, visitors and guests look at the piece ‘Island (sea-escape)’ by Yoan Capote, a sculptor and painter who lives in Havana, at a private viewing at the Perez Art Museum in Miami. Four huge panels depict a choppy black sea. A closer look reveals that the choppy dark waters are in fact half a million fish hooks, sticking out from the canvas. in Miami.
In this photo taken Thursday, June 8, 2017, visitors and guests look at the piece ‘Island (sea-escape)’ by Yoan Capote, a sculptor and painter who lives in Havana, at a private viewing at the Perez Art Museum in Miami. Four huge panels depict a choppy black sea. A closer look reveals that the choppy dark waters are in fact half a million fish hooks, sticking out from the canvas. in Miami. Alan Diaz AP
In this photo taken Thursday, June 8, 2017, visitors and guests look at the piece ‘Island (sea-escape)’ by Yoan Capote, a sculptor and painter who lives in Havana, at a private viewing at the Perez Art Museum in Miami. Four huge panels depict a choppy black sea. A closer look reveals that the choppy dark waters are in fact half a million fish hooks, sticking out from the canvas. in Miami. Alan Diaz AP

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Columnist Fabiola Santiago was born in Cuba. She was exiled to the U.S. in 1969 on one of the historic Freedom Flights. She has been a Herald reporter, editor and opinion writer since 1980.