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ZONAMACO FOTO and ZONAMACO SALÓN announce exhibitors
ZONAMACO, Latin America´s leading art fair, presents ZONAMACO SALÓN and ZONAMACO FOTO. Both fairs represent the largest meeting point for the most important international exhibitors of photography, antiques and popular art.

Sixth Edition of IMASUB Now Under Way in Western Cuba

The 6th edition of the International Underwater Photography Meeting (IMASUB 2016) kicked off on June 6 at the exceptional natural scene of the Guanahacabibes National Park.


Haydée Milanés & Pablo Milanés in a One-of-a-Kind Concert

There’s no doubt that June 11 in Havana will feature a one-of-a-kind concert. Haydée and Pablo Milanés will get kicks -the rehearsals are being fun too- out of singing those songs together. The au
Peter Fischli David Weiss Rata y Oso (Durmiendo), 2008 Colección Jumex, México. © Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation


This retrospective brings together over two hundred sculptures, photographs, videos, and installations to form the most complete overview of the artists’ work to date.

Maurice Mbikayi | Mupia-Mupia

Gallery MOMO Johannesburg. 09 June - 18 July 2016

Leah Brown, The Inaccessible Keys, all works courtesy of the artist

Art After Dark

Thursday, June 8 | 6-8pm. Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum.

Swab Stairs ready for the new edition!

Swab Barcelona introduces its ninth edition which will take place from September 29th until October 2nd of 2016. It will count with the part

Theater Basel and Art Basel to present the Swiss premiere of Douglas Gordon’s ‘Bound to Hurt’ this June

Art Basel, in collaboration with Theater Basel, is delighted to announce the Swiss premiere of musical theater ‘Bound to Hurt’, which will be staged in Basel from June, 16 – 18, 2016. ‘Bound to Hurt

Caribbean Festival in Solidarity with Ecuador

Cuban Deputy Culture Minister, Fernando Rojas, says that the Caribbean Festival set for Santiago de Cuba in early July is dedicated to Ecuador.

Cuba, Member of UNESCO Committee for Safeguarding Cultural Heritage

Cuba has been elected as a member of the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage at UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization)

Louvre and Musée d'Orsay Close in Emergency Measure Against Seine Flooding

Both the Louvre and the Musée d'Orsay closed early Thursday in a drastic measure to allow staff to protect artworks from the rising waters of the River Seine. Days of downpours have caused the water

Celebrating Havana as World Wonder City

Hundreds of millions of people in the whole world voted in favor of Havana to be selected as one of the seven World Wonder Cities. The selection was the result of a campaign started in 2011 and prom

Developers Save Space for Artists, Africa Biggest Museum Rises in Cape Town

New Cape Town museum will be the biggest in Africa in over 100 years. The Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa will be the largest built on the continent in a century, and will span 100,000-squar

Excelencias Group to Sponsor Haydée Milanés’ Concert on June 11

The Excelencias Group will be one of the official sponsors of the grand concert that young Cuban singer Haydée Milanés, who was handed the Excelencias del Arte Award as part of the prizes that are a


Artistic interventions in shops and commercial spaces of Lavapies, C.A.L.L.E. festival celebrates its third edition with 60 artists.