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Work of Liset Castillo in ARCO

Acacia Gallery: universal art for ARTBO

In this 15th edition of ARTBO, Acacia Gallery returns with a project focused on highlighting a type of art that directs its gaze towards the formal construction of the work, from aesthetic sophistication and good work, and from there on again topics such as religion, anthropology, the reconstruction of memory and identity, which have characterized our production.
jenny holzer

Jenny Holzer: Thing Indescribable

With Jenny Holzer: Thing Indescribable the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao presents the largest to date exhibition dedicated to this prominent American artist.
Monet: The Late Years

Monet: The Late Years

Monet: The Late Years will gather a selection of 50 paintings on loan from major public and private collections in Europe, the US and Asia.
Huguette Caland, Bribes de corps (Body Parts) 1973 Courtesy the artist

Tate St Ives. Huguette Caland

The female physique is a recurrent motif in her work, depicted as landscapes or amorphous forms.
Josone. The Cuban musical adventure that looks to the future

Josone: The Cuban musical adventure that looks to the future

The culture and industry of Cuban tourism needed an event such as the Jazz & Son Josone Festival, which is held this summer at the resort of Varadero, in the Peninsula of Hicacos in Matanzas.
Carlos Jáuregui

Carlos Jáuregui: Cannibalism and other demons

Colombian Carlos Jáuregui is one of the most recognized Latin American intellectuals in the history of art.
Wong Ping

Wong Ping solo exhibition at Camden Arts Centre

Wong Ping creates digital and sculptural works that reveal very human, and often universal fantasies, through absurd narratives.
William Blake (1757-1827) Newton 1795-c. 1805 Tate

Tate Britain. William Blake

This ambitious exhibition will bring together over 300 remarkable and rarely seen works.
A festival that preserves heritage

A festival that preserves heritage

When it comes to parties, Colombia stands out for its celebrations. One of the best known is the Carnival of Barranquilla, declared by the Senate of the Republic in 2002 “Cultural Heritage of the Natio
Dance invades the Downtown Historic District of Havana

Dance invades the Downtown Historic District of Havana

Like every year, since 1996, in the Historic Downtown District of Havana, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1982, the “Danza Teatro Retazos” company, the Office of the City´s Historian (OH
Aneta Grzeszykowska ,  Selfie #19 , 2014

Aargauer Kunsthaus. MASK. In Present-Day Art

This international group show will feature a wide variety of media, works, objects, installations, performances, paintings, photographs, and videos created over the past twenty years by artists from Sw
© Ange Leccia, Marissa, 2016 Vidéo. Courtesy of the artist and galerie Jousse Entreprise, Paris

"The Sensitive Sea". Video art program

Beirut Art Fair is thrilled to present the Video art program "The Sensitive Sea".
Carnival is denunciation and humor

Carnival is denunciation and humor

When, in Cádiz, you ask after someone who is an expert on the famous local carnivals, the name of Javier Osuna pops up immediately.
The fire never goes out

The fire never goes out

The Fire Festival, also known as the Caribbean Festival, concluded its last edition. In Santiago de Cuba, a telluric and sounding city, a city of mountains and carnivals, a rebel city, where no one fea
It rains on the dry

It rains on the dry

On the suspicion that "more attention and visibility should have been given to the artistic proposal of Moisés Finalé at the XIII Havana Biennial", and after a few weeks after the culmination of the me