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Cerralbo Museum in Madrid Reopens on Tuesday, Dec. 14.

Cerralbo Museum in Madrid Reopens on Tuesday, Dec. 14. With an open-door session between Dec. 14 and 19, the Cerralbo Museum –dealing with Spanish collection from the late 19th century and embraci

New Figuration: Deira, Macció, Noé & de la Vega

Buenos Aires: The ongoing exhibition entitled New Figuration 1961-1965, that will remain open till mid 2011 at the National Museum of Fine Arts, culls works by Argentine artists Ernesto Deira, Rom

Teresa Margolles Exhibits Frontier in Germany

Kassel: Frontier, an exhibition by Mexican artist Teresa Margolles (Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico, 1963), will remain open thru Feb. 20, 2011 at the city’s Kunsthalle Fridericianum.   El Museion,

Picasso Heirs Denounce Major Theft

The world of art was stunned by the news of an alleged, unprecedented theft, not only for the number of artworks involved in it and their undisputed value, but also because the case can’t be judged s

Record-breaking Avedon

A couple of days ago, a piece by Richard Avedon (1923-2004) was sold under the gavel at the Christie’s Auction House for 841,000 euros, eventually becoming the most expensive photograph ever sold to

Andrés Del Collado in the Excelencias Cultural Space

The Excelencias Cultural Space will have its grand opening in Madrid on Nov. 26 with the Inside Rain exhibit by Andres del Collado and commissioned by art historian Elvira Rilova.  

The Global Africa Project

The New York City Museum of Art and Design opened yesterday an exhibit entitled The Global Africa Project that explores from different perspective the impact the African visual culture has had on art