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IBEA: Ibero-American Association for the Spread of Culture and Tourism

For more than a year, boldface names in the tourism industry, culture, gastronomy and heritage have created IBEA, the Ibero-American Association for the Spread of Culture and Tourism.

Environmental Sculpturing in Eastern Cuba

Close Up Vallarta, Video Creation Festival

The Vallarta Theater and the Close Up Vallarta Video Creation Festival have rolled out the call for this event’s first edition slated from April 26 to 27, 2011 in the city of Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco,

Visual Arts in FERIARTE 2010: The Classic and the Modern

A considerable chunk of the upcoming Fair of Art & Antiques organized by IFEMA –slated from Nov. 20 to 28 in Madrid- will be the plastic art exhibition, especially of painting, that this time

Havana Auction Unfolds its Ninth Edition

This time around in its ninth edition, the event is once again on the top of the Cuban vanguard, even though the contemporary visual arts also put on a good show there based on the right selection

New York: The Art Market Center

New York became the heart and soul of art market on Tuesday, Nov. 2, when Sotheby’s put a number of high-quality impressionistic artworks under the gavel. And this was just the beginning of severa

A Rendezvous with Central American Art

The Seventh Biennial of Visual Arts in the Central American Isthmus (BAVIC 7) opened on Nov. 1 in Nicaragua. Coordinated by the Ortiz Gurdian Foundation, the gathering includes –in addition to the

Touring Fairs

Our Arte by Excelencias magazine attended the sixth edition of the International Art Fair in Bogota, quite an excellent opportunity to weave a publishing collaboration network and open up

Modern Art on Demand at ArtBo

As to the excellent selection of contemporary art showcased by 52 galleries from several nations, two elements have basically characterized the proposals on display: an intense relationship with t

Arteamerica 23: Latinos in the U.S.

In October Arteamerica is unveiling its 23rd issue with a dossier devoted to a topic that has unleashed quite a number of reflections lately: Latinos in the U.S. The magazine’s publishing

Fast Food Leftovers in a Gallery

The exhibit, entitled FASTing, will remain open till Nov. 25 at the National Cultural Center (CENAC) in Costa Rica. On this exposition, the artist had this to say: “No particular piece st

The Tattooed Skeleton: Visions of Domestic Violence

The Queen Sofia National Art Museum and Center has scheduled the showing of ten videos from The Tattooed Skeleton, a project by American artist Suzanne Lacy, who this time around counts on the col

Art and Environment in Santo Domingo

On Sunday Oct. 24, the First International Caribbean Triennial came to a close in Santo Domingo, the Dominican Republic. Held at the Museum of Modern Art of the Dominican capital, some of its spec

Arte por Excelencias in ArtBo 2010

Arte por Excelencias magazine includes reviews on Cuban creators Raul Cordero, Eduardo Abela and Ania Toledo, as well as the Brazilian Jose Damasceno, and a tour through Mexican art with

Digital Art & Culture in the Canary Islands

The 14th edition of the International Fair of Digital Arts and Culture will be held in the Canary Islands, in late November, and it’s considered a benchmark event within the Spanish and international a