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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.

Design Miami/ Basel

In June 2013, Design Miami/ Basel will be celebrating its 8th edition in its new premises on Hall 1 Sud, part of the new hall that’s home to the permanent exhibition, designed by Swiss ar

This Is Not a Love Song: Pop Music and Video Art from the 60s to Date

The La Virreina Center of Imatge is presenting This Is Not a Love Song, an exhibit that intends to lay out the genealogy of ties between pop music and video arts from the 1960s to date, s

New Book by Cuban Critic and Essayist Andres Isaac Santana Sees the Light of Day

Con prólogo de Fernando Castro Flórez, reconocido crítico y teórico del arte, y prefacio de María de los Ángeles Pereira, catedrática en historia del arte en la Universidad de La Habana, ve la luz

ARCOmadrid Summons the First ARCObloggers Ideas Contest

Contemporary art bloggers and creators on the Internet will once again hold their annual gathering at ARCObloggers 2014, so ARCOmadrid is summoning the first edition of the ARCObloggers Ideas Cont

Gallery association works to Internationalize Chilean Art

The Association of Contemporary Art Galleries (AGAC) is the first association of galleries created in Chile, a sign of the maturity achieved by the gallery system and the development of a local ar

MACBA Showcases Philippe Méaille Collection of Art & Language Works

El Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Barcelona (MACBA) organiza un seminario para presentar al público el depósito de la Colección Philippe Méaille de documentos de Art & Language, importante col

Cuba Attends the 55th Venice Biennial

The Cuban artists that are going to attend the 55th edition of the Venice Biennial were named on Saturday May 4, during a press conference held at Wifredo Lam Center of Contemporary Art

Alejandro Campins' “Reliquia”

Raymaluz Art Gallery will be hosting on Thursday May 9 the grand opening of a solo show by Alejandro Campins, a young Cuban artist graduated at Havana’s Higher Institute of Art, who has already ca

The Human Body in Art from 20th & 21st Centuries in “From Death to Death and Other Small Tales”

“From Death to Death and Other Small Tales” is a show that puts together a selection of D. Daskalopoulos Collection’s works —one of the most outstanding private collections in terms of modern and

Tokens of Change in “El ardid de los inocentes”

El sueño de las tilapias, by Renier Quer, is a metaphor on existential matters told through a sort of cartoon story on the wall, with a zoo bear cage as stage. “El ardid de los inocen

Reflection on Landscape at Mexico’s Museum of the Fine Arts Palace

Mexico’s Museum of the Fine Arts Palace suggests Panoramica. Paisajes 2013-1969, April 25 – July 7. Word “landscape” stands for a terrain area, the representation of a place in an

Art Basel Miami Beach. A small text beyond the enclaves

2012 Art Basel Miami Beach was definitely better that its previous edition. In spite of having included works created by a large number of artists, the tour around the fairgrounds wasn’t exhaustin

Humberto Díaz. Contemporary art in several dimensions

Writing clearly, without subterfuges, metaphors, symbols or verbally difficult signs, Humberto Diaz has produced the largest and most spectacular works of Cuban contemporary art, huge enough as to

One of the Greatest ever: Oscar Niemeyer

The finest Latin American architect from the 20th century joined the Parnassus of the chosen ones to remain in the memory of universal culture. His universal scope is obvious due to the