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Zona Maco is the most important art fair in Latin America, not only on account of what it represents in art from these countries, but because the great European and American galleries are participating.
Thomas Demand, Atelier, 2014. UBS Art Collection. © Thomas Demand, VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn / ADAGP, Paris.

Thomas Demand. NMNM Collection / UBS Art Collection Project Space Villa Paloma

Until 28 August 2016. Nouveau Musée National de Monaco | Villa Paloma

Fiireworks explode over the Maracana stadium after the lighting of the Olympic flame in front of an Anthony Howe sculpture at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro. Courtesy of Antonin Thuillier/AFP/Getty Images.

Two-Ton Kinetic Sculpture Mesmerizes Crowd at Olympic Torch Lighting Ceremony

The sculpture is meant to represent the sun.

MURAL, BY JACKSON POLLOCK, FOR THE FIRST TIME IN SPAIN

The Picasso Museum exhibits the monumental canvas by Pollock until 11 September.

Mexican graphics at Luz y Oficios

An arts exhibit with works by Mexican artist Enrique Espinosa Pinales is opened to the public until the late August at the Barreto Room of the Provincial Center of Visual Arts and Design in Old Hava

Duane Hanson

Until 28 August 2016. Nouveau Musée National de Monaco | Villa Paloma

Between 1912 and 1948 the arts were part of the Olympic Games. Photo: VALERY HACHE/AFP/Getty Images.

Painting For Gold Medals: When Art Was An Olympic Discipline

Painters, sculptors, and poets competed alongside athletes.

IMAGINE New Imagery in Italian Art 1960-1969

23 April - 19 September 2016. PEGGY GUGGENHEIM COLLECTION | VENICE, ITALY

BEIRUT ART FAIR 2016 | Participating galleries

40 galleries from 18 countries will participate in the 7th edition of BEIRUT ART FAIR.

Adriana Minoliti and Laura Eldret: new winners of the Gasworks and Urra residencies

The winners have been chosen in the second invitation to take part in residencies at Gasworks (London) and URRA (Buenos Aires).

Ilan Averbuch, Journey’s End  Ilan Averbuch (Israeli, b. 1953) Journey’s End, 1985, Granite, wood and steel, 144 x 480 x 78 inches, The Frost Art Museum Gift of the Martin Z. Margulies Family Collection, FIU 97.27.1

New Beginnings for Journey’s End

Journey’s End, Ilan Averbuch’s monumental sculpture reminiscent of a sinking ship, will soon be reconstructed on the lawn near Wertheim Performing Arts Center.