México D. F.: In an interview published a few years back, Leonora Carrington had this to say about his creative way: “Images trickle in but I don’t know where they come from"
Madrid: The book Corazón de Bolivia (Bolivia’s Heart) (Publishing House Les éditions de l'Ceil) by Michèle Maurin (Ivory Coast-France, 1954) presented a few days ago in Blanca Berlin Gale
Havana: May 31 is the deadline for submitting applications to the Creation & Curatorship Scholarships called on by the Center for the Development of Visual Arts (CDAV is the Spanish acronym).<
Three parasite species: flies, mrñ and dblt, made the rounds this past Saturday at the Intermediae Matadero Madrid [Contemporary Creation], buzzing and swarming over the heads of the public, flash
Havana: A collective exhibit entitled Cascarilla en el Taller (Husks in the Workshop) includes artworks by Daymi Aguilar, Gabriela Garcia, Ernesto Garcia, Salome Garcia, Nelson D. Ladican
The Mejia Lequerica Space of the Madrid City Hall (Mejia Lequerica, 21, Metro Bilbao or Tribunal), will exhibit through May 31 a nonpermanent photographic exhibit entitled Mayans, Traditions o
Painting continues to be one of the most popular art expressions among amateur buyers, art collectors and investors.
Madrid: The Rita Castellote Gallery premieres the exhibition Tres caras de Eva (Three faces of Eve) within the project Play to 3 Bands to take place this Saturday April 2 between 12 and 2
Bogota: Through April 30, MÜ Gallery (the first one to display art photography in this city) will be showcasing Mundo fabricado (Manufactured world), collective exhibition of artists Juan
Havana: “Pablo de la Torriente Brau” Cultural Center, sponsored by the Historian’s Office in Havana City and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (COSUDE), and the collaboration of Cub
Wilfredo Prieto has just unveiled Pradera constructivista y deconstructivista, vista desde el sofá de la casa con los pies sobre la mesa (Constructivist and De-constructivist Prairie Watc
Mallorca: Kowasa Gallery will inaugurate this Friday (April 1st) a monographic exhibition dedicated to Mariano Zuzunaga (Lima, Peru, 1953).
Between May 23 and July 31, 2011, art critic Juan Antonio Molina Cuesta will give an on line post-graduation course titled “Looking, thinking, writing. Visual arts review”, organized by 1
The Enlace Arte Contemporáneo Gallery in Lima presented Thursday an engraving profile entitled Jazz, the graphic work of ten Peruvian and foreign artists dedicated to all-time jazz musici