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photographer Julio Larramendi

The heritage seen by Larramendi

The Palace of Lombillo -Plaza de la Catedral, Old Havana- hosts these days the exhibition Cuban Heritage Cities, by photographer Julio Larramendi, an artist's tribute to the tenth anniversary of the Ne
The magazine Arte por Excelencias no. 42 had a special presentation

A walk with jazz through the galleries of Excelencias

The magazine Arte por Excelencias no. 42 had a special presentation -together with its sisters Excelencias Turísticas del Caribe and the Americas, Excelencias del Motor and Excelencias Gourmet- in a un

What we owe to René Francisco

An immense frame in the form of a screen. A table is filmed from above. In the manner of a conjurer, two gloved hands enter that show us quickly, and as if to indicate that there is no trap, the piece
Irene Rodríguez

Irene Rodríguez´s Tapping Heels Close at Hand

A gala in tribute to World Flamenco Day and the 82nd birthday of outstanding Spanish dancer and choreographer Antonio Gades, unfolded November 10 and 11 with a couple of performances staged at the “Ali

Flamenco on the terrace

A Compás Flamenco, the Spanish dancers María Juncal and Alfonso Losa, and Joaquín San Juan, director of the Flamenco and Spanish Dance Art Center Amor de Dios were the protagonists of the Terraza Españ
René Francisco Rodríguez

The debt of René Francisco

Deuda (Debt) will be the next personal exhibition of the plastic artist René Francisco Rodríguez, National Prize for Plastic Arts, which will open on November 9 at the La Acacia gallery just at seven i

Inaugural Edition of the Habanos Caribbean Fest Coming to Curacao

Curacao will be hosting an unprecedented event: the first edition of the Habanos Caribbean Fest, slated for November 30 to December 1, 2018.  The great party will bring together lovers of Habano, as w
Rafael Ansón

Rafael Anson to Be Praised by Star - Studded Chefs

A total of 35 chefs who boast 10 Michelin Stars and 17 Repsol Suns huddled in Vitoria to pay tribute to Rafael Anson, president of the Royal Academy of Gastronomy, someone those great chefs consider a
The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist

Michael Rakowitz: The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist

Rhona Hoffman is pleased to present the gallery’s third solo exhibition with Michael Rakowitz. Continuing the artist’s ongoing project The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist, the exhibition features a re
Unanimous presence of dead and alive

Unanimous presence of dead and alive

The Day of the Dead, Mexican celebration of Mesoamerican origin that honors the deceased every November 2 and has been declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO, was chosen to inaugurate, in t