Sponsored by the Center for Cuban Studies (New York), Patria e Identidad en el Arte Cubano, a collective exhibition by creators from different generations, was recently inaugurated at a c
A showcase that gathers two of the key poetics to Chilean visual production of the last decade: Rodrigo Canala and Gerardo Pulido, will come to an end on Sunday March 3.
Maria Jose Jove Foundation has launched a new didactic program, hablar conARTE, included in the area of cultural promotion and artistic education.
Barcelona’s Godia Foundation has been showcasing since the beginning of the month an exhibition that combines classic pieces treasured by Museo del Prado and contemporary artworks.
An African settlement from Ghana and its people inspired Spanish photographer David Maroto (Madrid, 1972) to conceive the series of portraits that are presently being exhibited at Madrid’s utopic_
The 32nd edition of ARCOmadrid closes today, with foreign attendance climbing to 66 percent, the highest of the last years. 201 galleries from 27 countries are showcasing their artworks; over two
Valladolid’s Patio Herreriano will be hosting, through May 5, a collective exhibition that proposes the exploration of connections between two heritage representatives of Spanish art: DKV and Cont
Phoenix’s Museum of Art witnessed on Wednesday Feb. 6 the inauguration of an exhibition that explores the most refreshing trends of contemporary visual production in Latin America from Diane and B
Art critic and curator Julia P. Herzberg was recently given the received 2012-2013 Fulbright academic scholarship.
P-Squared is said to be a new space on the network dedicated to the promotion of Latin American art, which is going to give a space for artists and will keep them posted on the latest new
The High Museum of Art, Atlanta (Georgia, United States) inaugurated on Thursday Feb. 14 an exhibition by two remarkable figures of Latin American art: Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. This is the fi
With the curatorship of Jean de Loisy, president of Tokyo´s Palais, an exhibition in Caixa Forum Madrid proposes the merge between remains of ancient ritual practices and contemporary art. Mae
The 1980s in Latin America were characterized by a tough political situation. This reality has been also observed from art and is presently showcased at Madrid’s Reina Sofia Museum.
Three Galician galleries have joined the most outstanding event for contemporary art in Spain: ARCOmadrid. Vigo’s Ad Hoc and Bacelos, and Santiago de Compostela’s Trinta, will be exhibiting works