A new play in Miami explores the implications of Cuban politics on art.
"FAKE" takes place in an auction house in Miami where curators have received an extremely rare painting from prestigious Cuban artist Amelia Pelaez. Immediately, they face questions about its authenticity.
Playwright Carmen Pelaez, the artist's great-niece, wrote FAKE to explore the lengths people will go to protect what they love.
"Art is the only real history that we have," Pelaez said on Sundial.
FAKE is at the Colony Theatre in Miami Beach until Feb. 17.