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The magazine Arte por Excelencias no. 42 had a special presentation

A walk with jazz through the galleries of Excelencias

The magazine Arte por Excelencias no. 42 had a special presentation -together with its sisters Excelencias Turísticas del Caribe and the Americas, Excelencias del Motor and Excelencias Gourmet- in a unique place in the Cuban capital: the Jazz Café de Galerías Paseo, in El Vedado.
Dora Garci?a reconstruction of the Nokdu bookstore. Courtesy of Sarah Casone.

Gwangju Biennale Goes for Substance Over Spectacle

This year's lineup features 252 works by 101 artists.

Carlos Enríquez and the mysticism of transparencies

Famous for his painting “El rapto de las mulatas” or the polemical work “Campesinos felices”, Carlos Enríquez not only became one of the most prolific Cuban painters of the twentieth century, but al

Puerto Rican Singer Danny Rivera to Give Concert in Havana

Puerto Rican singer Danny Rivera will give a concert on November 20 at Havana's Karl Marx Theater, in which Cuban musicians and compatriots of his will accompany the visiting artist.

Tromarama participating in Gwangju Biennale 2016

Edouard Malingue Gallery is thrilled to announce Tromarama's participation in the group exhibition ‘The Eighth Climate (What Does Art Do?)’ at Gwangju Biennale 2016.

Mexico Shocked: Singer Juan Gabriel Died

The death of prominent singer Juan Gabriel in Santa Monica, California, the United States, today leaves a void in the world of art and entertainment, especially in his native Mexico.

From the 6th of September Adam Lowe and Carlos Bayod start teaching and MA in Advanced Preservation Technology at Columbia University

This ambitious course is designed to deal with the practical issues involved in the application of technology in heritage preservation.

The Veronica Scanner - Live 3D Portraiture

A collaboration between Factum Foundation, the Royal Academy and the Rothschild Foundation. The event runs between 2-10 September.

Rescuers and firemen inspect the rubble of buildings in Amatrice on August 24, 2016 after a powerful earthquake rocked central Italy. Scores of buildings were reduced to dusty piles of masonry in communities close to the epicentre of the pre-dawn quake in a remote area straddling the regions of Umbria, Marche and Lazio. Photo Filipo Monteforte/AFP/Getty Images.

Experts Fear Damages to Cultural Heritage in Italy’s Earthquake Area

The beautiful town of Amatrice has taken the brunt of the quake.

Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum. Fall Season Schedule

In November, world-renowned performance artist Laurie Anderson will speak as part of the Steven & Dorothea Green Critics’ Lecture Series.


From 27th to 29th August 2016, at the National Agricultural Exhibition Center, Art Nova 100 exhibits the videos of the 10th Arte Laguna Prize's finalist video artists.

LaTurbo Avedon, Still from Browsing (2015). Courtesy of the artist.

These Artists Foretell Our Cyborg Future

Digital avatars offer expanded views of what it means to be human—and so does new cyborg technology.

Book about Juan Formell and Los Van Van presented in Havana

The book Juan Formell y los Van Van: La leyenda, by journalist and researcher Rafael Lam, which was recently presented at the Fresa y Chocolate Cultural Center in this capi

Peru: Groups from 13 Countries to Perform in Folklore Festival

Groups from 12 Latin America, African and European countries will participate this week in the 17th International Festival of Folklore Dance of University Groups- World Festival of Folklore, to be h

Don't Miss Out! PLAY Open Call For Submissions Ends Soon

DON'T MISS OUT! Video and digital submissions for PULSE PLAY are due Wednesday, August 31.