PHOTOGRAPHS FROM MICHAEL DWECK\u0027S HABANA LIBRE\u000ATake a sneak peek at the secret world of Cuba\u0027s talented (and beautiful) arts scene.\u000ATwo lovers in a basement elevator not going anywhere soon.\u000AThe model Januaria at a contemporary apartment in The Atlantic.\u000AHaving a smoke at the David Torrens concert at Don Congrejo, 3:30 am.\u000AHalftime show at the Tropicana Club.\u000AGiselle Karina Bacallao Moreno and Rachel Valdes (painter/artist/muse) going for a spin on the Malecon.\u000ARachel Valdes driving to Playa de Este.\u000ALudmila and Ibis at the Tiki Bar.\u000AActor/Model Alejandro at Club Habana. The Club\u0027s beach is usually pretty quiet—unlike years past when it was a real playground.\u000AIbis, cooling down at Club Habana.\u000AThe outdoor shower at Club Habana is a good gathering spot in the late afternoon. Club Habana (when it was the Havana Biltmore) was a popular club for wealthy Cubans and Americans, offereing yacht racing, golf, baseball and tennis. Today the ambience is still there, but the activities less so.\u000AClub Tropicana show.\u000ARachel Valdes heading out to surf.\u000AJavier and Januaria suffer a breakdown, both the car and the relationship.\u000AAll night long on Avenida de los Presidentes. These kids spend the whole night here, hanging out with their friends. Just before daybreak they go home and, presumably, to school.