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Changes in ART MADRID

As an unprecedented strategy to modify the effects of the crisis faced by the market of art, the organizers of Art Madrid have placed their bet on multiplying the event, which is going to be held

12th Ceramics Biennial in Havana

By Virginia Alberdi  

Visual Arts and Performance in Miami

Performance is an artistic discipline less aimed at representation than at conducting a research on individuals and their environments. Even though it’s short-lived, it does pack a communicative wall

Tenth Monterrey FEMSA Biennial

Through Oct. 21, 2012, the Museum of Contemporary Art of Mexico’s Monterrey will be presenting the tenth edition of the FEMSA Biennial, a competitive meeting aimed at encouraging and promoting the vi
SANATORIUM, project by Pedro Reyes (México) at Documenta 13

Documenta 13: "Disturbing and Incomplete"

Documenta’s 2012 edition was inaugurated on Saturday 9 in the German city of Kassel, one of the most important contemporary art events in the world, held every five years.  

Art Basel: Far or Near the People?

Yesterday concluded the largest contemporary art fair in the world, Art Basel, which joins the events held these days in Europe, generating a singular movement in the market, among collectors, as

Spanish Geometric Abstraction at 2012 PINTA London

PINTA, during its London and New York editions, has been identified and defined a Latin American art show, exclusively. However, in 2012 its organizers are looking forward to including the Spanish

Printed Art: A New Encounter

The First Hispanic American Symposium on Printed Art will unfold July 25-27, 2012 in Argentina’s Tucuman.   The Engraving Workshop at the Art School attached to the National University of Tucuman

When Order Is Born out of CHAOS

By Xenia Reloba and Hector Bosch Felipe Dulzaides, One Minute Installation series Chaos is the name of the collective exhibition showcased at Galeria Habana, May 9 – June 10. It includes artwo