Cultural authorities reported today that they found the second largest mosaic painting of Syria in an archaeological site in the town of Uqueirbat, located at about 65 kilometers north of the central p
Taking place across three neighborhoods of the city, 'Hopscotch', curated by Cecilia Alemani, has been conceived as a journey through the city of Buenos Aires, occupying grand plazas and striking parks
With forums and discussion panels on two of the most used languages in the world, the UN headquarters in New York celebrated today the Day of English and Spanish languages.
Guitars from the world over will be played April 22-29 as the 25th International Guitar Festival and Competition get underway in the Cuban capital.
French Film Festival ends here today although some of its films will be shown until the end of April at the Cinemateca de Cuba in this Caribbean country.
The Art Basel Cities Week will take place in Buenos Aires from September 6 - 12, 2018.
44 participating galleries across Paris. 26 - 27 May 2018.
The performance by the National Ballet of Cuba at the John F. Kennedy Center represents the return of the renowned company to the stage that witnessed its premiere in the United States 40 years ago, sa
Ceramic exhibition that puts this material in dialogue with sculpture, installation and video, exploring the language of the hands in a series of actions that involve doing, gesture and handtprint.
"Le Marin" is expected to realize $70 million at auction in New York on May 15 as part of a sale of Impressionist and Modern Art by Christie´s in a year when the Picasso´s art market is expected to be
Texts by Glenn O´Brien, Dan Nadel, Nancy Princenthal, Trinie Dalton.
Visit Oakland, the city´s official destination marketing organization, celebrates the Oakland creative and arts community with the debut of Oakland Art Month in May 2018.
Cuban guitarist and composer Leo Brouwer and Mexican cellist Carlos Prieto received the "Embajador Gilberto Bosques".
This exhibition presents more than 200 works of art mainly produced between 1965 and 1975 in Portugal and England, highlighting the crucial importance of the British artistic and cultural context for t