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Willy LP with his painting tribute to Wifredo Lam

Willy L'Eplattenier fills the Institute of America with cubist works

Until October 3, the Santa Fe Institute of America hosts the exhibition "Paintings and Sculptures", by the cubist painter Willy L'Eplattenier (Chaux-de-Fonds, 1953); The first major retrospective of th
Huichol art, on wheels, in a vocho

Roll with art. Huichol art, on wheels, in a vocho

I must begin by explaining why the Huichols chose the vocho to express their art. The Volkswagen Beetle or Escarabajo in Spanish, is an iconic car in Mexico since the 50s (the first arrive in 1954) and
Latin American presence in Barcelona

Latin American presence in Barcelona

Two exhibitions related to feminism are being held at the Center of Contemporary Culture in Barcelona, ​​on one hand The Feminist Vanguard of the 70s. Works of the Sammlung Verbund Collection, Vienna a
 500th anniversaries

May culture be our inspiration!

Last August 15, when the ruins of “Panama la Vieja” were illuminated and we could see at night the ancient tower, a symbol of the 500 years of existence of Panama City, the need to invest in the promot
Alfonso Ruizpalacios

Cinema has to be many cinemas

Alfonso Ruizpalacios is considered to be, by specialized critics and the public, among the most interesting directors of Mexican contemporary cinema. Unlike others, such as Alfonso Cuarón or Alejandro
More than the aroma of coffee

More than the aroma of coffee

Spanish Captain Alonso de Mercadillo, a native of the Spanish city of Loja, in Granada refounded this city on December 8, 1548, in its second inauguration. The full name of the province is Inmaculada C
Mojigangas: A common heritage in America

Mojigangas: A common heritage in America

In order to scare away the evil spirits of the crops in Europe, rituals were held since antiquity that consisted of pagan parades that were called mojigangas. These street shows came to all of the Amer
Lights for Oruro

Lights for Oruro

A celebration, a reason for thanksgiving, a history of traditions...that is the Anata or Anata Andina, a party that is celebrated in Oruro, the highland region of Bolivia, whose origins go back to pre-
The dance of "OtroLado"

The dance of "OtroLado"

The current Cuban art scene, in which great dance companies and leading figures stand out, has been enriched since September of last year with the emergence of OtroLado, a group made up of Norge Cedeño
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. His research has led him to tackle very complex issues, by relating art to the colonizing pro