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A Plasma Tours Oaxaca

Since March 4, plasma of faceless beings, representing migratory displacements, is taking a grand tour around several communities in Oaxaca. It’s the Éxodos Sur (Southbound Exoduses) collection by He

What Do Women Paint?

Castellon: Ten artists from the COMBA 10 Art Group have handpicked ten other world-class creators to both interpret and pay tribute to them.   With that view in mind, the Fundación Caja Castellón


Zurich: Daros Latinamerica, a guest of the Migros Museum for Contemporary Art in Hubertus Exhibitions –a new center created during the refurbishment of the Löwenbräu-Areal– is exposing since March

CUBAN GOLD… in London

The London Print Studio is exhibiting through June 4 Cuban Gold. ¡Viva la reproducción! Contemporary Cuban Prints, an exposition of over eighty prints curated by artists Sandra Ramos and David Pal

Kahlo & Rivera (Year of Mexico in France)

Roughly a hundred by Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera could be watched at the National Museum of l’Orangerie in the month of September as part of a number of cultural, scientific, fundraising and coll

HEROINES at the Thyssen-Bornemisza

Madrid: As many as 120 pieces collected from museums around the world, representing some of the most celebrated women portraits will be exposed at the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum from March 8 to Jun

Rooms of their own

Madrid: Seventeen artists have come up with a project called A Room of Your Own that opens on March 8 at the exhibition hall of the School of Fine Arts of the Universidad Complutense.  


The Office of Havana City Historian will open on March 8 the Ellas restauran exhibition, a selection of fourteen works on architectural rehabilitation projected by women.  

Cisneros Collection in COLD AMERICA

Madrid: The Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Collection (CPPC) is attending the Cold America: Geometrical Abstraction in Latin America exhibit with 22 pieces of modern art. The exposition is organized


Madrid: The Antinatura: Paisaje de personas exhibit (April 2-May 31, Aranapoveda Gallery) exposes the work –unpublished in Spain- of half a dozen young artists who photograph the influence of the nat