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Arte por Excelencias Magazine´s Launching at Busboys and Poets, Washington DC
On Saturday May 19th, Arte por Excelencias magazine´s 38th issue was launched by its executive editor Alexis Triana at "A Bridge is Made: A Conversation on Cuban Art and Culture" space, which is fostered by Busboys and Poets as part of the successful cultural actions carried out by Cuba on US soil within the framework of the Artes de Cuba Festival, hosted by Kennedy Center.
Robert Delaunay, Red Eiffel Tower (La tour rouge), 1911-12.  Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, Solomon R. Guggenheim Founding Collection, 46.1036

Windows on the City: The School of Paris, 1900 - 1945


Madrid’s Reina Sofía Museum to present retrospective dedicated to Wifredo Lam

The great retrospective the Reina Sofía Museum of Madrid dedicates to Cuban Wifredo Lam proposes an ambitious re-reading of his work through almost 250 pieces that make possible to widely appreciate

Diego Perrone, Letizia Ragaglia, Alessandro Possati and Expo Chicago director of programming Stephanie Cristello. (Photo: Courtesy Expo Chicago)

Chicago’s Leading Art Fair Beefs Up Programming

Expo Chicago art fair has announced plans to return this September with an expanded all-star lineup of guests and speakers including artist Kerry James Marshall, author Sarah Thornton, curator Hans

FAAP Artistic Residency welcomes artists from the 32nd Bienal de São Paulo

Artists from eight countries will participate in the program developed at Edifício Lutetia; brand new projects will be featured in the exhibition Incerteza viva [Live Uncertainty]

Imaginarios de la Bandera en el Arte Cubano exhibit at the Pabellón Cuba

The collective exhibit “Fuerza y Sangre. Imaginarios de la Bandera en el Arte Cubano” will be opened next April 11 at Pabellon Cuba.

Young man with simple headdress. Late Classical, 600–900 A.D. Jaina Insel, Campeche Clay © INAH. Museo Regional de Antropología, Carlos Pellicer Cámara. Villahermosa, Tabasco.

The Maya - Language of Beauty

12 April – 7 August 2016. Martin-Gropius-Bau | Berlin, Germany

Old Havana Dances Conclude: City in Motion

The oldest part of the Cuban capital was the great scene of about 20 foreign companies invited to the XXI International Dance Festival in Old Havana Urban Landscapes: City in Motion, which concludes


FATTOBENE , the research and promotion platform for timeless Italian objects, will debut at Milan Design week in VIA PALERMO, 1 in the centre of the Brera Design District.


This April, Sotheby’s is pleased to present

 Carlos Acosta, a Cuban ballet dancer who is leaving the Royal Ballet to embark on a farewell tour of Britain.   Credit: Clara Molden

Carlos Acosta: 'Nobody who looks like me has ever played the roles I danced'

Fans of Acosta, whose grace and athleticism are unsurpassed, will be relieved to learn he isn’t retiring but is moving into the realm of the contemporary repertoire. He is also investing in the arti

Isa Genzken: Make Yourself Pretty!

The exhibition presents the broad spectrum of Genzken’s work, from her early films, drawings, ellipsoids and concrete sculptures to complex nar-rative collages and everyday items integrated into mon

Exhibition Travels from Mexico to Cuba

The exhibition Relato de una negociacion, by Mexican-based Belgian artist Francis Alys, will be open on Friday, Apr. 8, at the National Fine Arts Museum in Havana, Cuba.

Daphne Hill and Anna Stump based on Katsukawa Shuncho

Contemporary Artists Are Reinterpreting 17th-Century Japanese Erotica

Revisiting one of the most naughtiest moments in the history of art.

Mike Kelley Foundation Awards Inaugural Artist Project Grants

The Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts today announced the first recipients of its Artist Project Grants— Center for the Study of Political Graphics, Clockshop, Coaxial Arts Foundation, Echo Park F