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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.

Abela III, Walking the rope without safety nets

(...) Abela belongs to a breed of lucid artists, those for whom intuitive representation is not enough –which it is indeed– and who are equally interested in how and why the act of communicating c

The sidelong look. Visions of our Latin American neighborhood

Based on a minimum registration of seven Mexican artists’ recent work, the factors fostering the different ways of perceiving, interpreting and reinterpreting art are explored here. Every gesture

Landscape thinking

While delving into the history of 19th century’s Cuban painting, one of the most significant dates of all is January 1981. The Volume 1 exhibition –organized and curated by a group of you

Luis Camnitzer: The Hand Holding the Horizon

Since his youth age in South America Luis Camnitzer started to amass a precious work that he has generously spread by himself, and sometimes with the help of others, across the eastern coast of No

Unfinished Stories at Columpio Gallery

The artist starts off on the use of simple elements, like paper (made of polyester) and pens, alongside an assortment of minimal and ambiguous narrations meant to pique spectators by sparking both

Two Cuban Artists at IVAM

The ongoing month of September is bringing two exhibitions from a couple of Cuban fine artists to the Institut Valencià d'Art Modern (IVAM). Immutabilitas by sculptor Jose Villa (Santiago

There’s always a pock of sea for a man to sail in

A new edition of the Sao Paulo Biennial will open on Sept. 25 with as many expectations as ever among creators, curators, collectors and gallery owners. This 29th edition, running under a “title”

On Auctions and Fakes

Let’s start with Christie´s New York, where a new auction season will kick off on September 22nd. There will be 249 lots dedicated to contemporary art, with Plaid, by Jean-Michel Basquiat, valued

Super Mario in Contemporary Art

Once upon a time... Super Mario, an exhibition of drawings and paintings, coupled with an interactive installation and graffiti, addresses man behind the persistent hero, paradigm of medi

Architectural Minimalism: A Loft for Living and Working

In our architectural practice we strive for an elegant economy of means, both material and aesthetic. We thrive on the analytical rigor required to bring order to complex programmatic and technical pro

Chronicles of the Floridian Arcadia

What do art fairs exhibit? The leftovers of works by historical avant-guard “sacred cows” that did not make it to museums, big companies and auction houses; the exponent “substitutes” of emerging trend

Broken Molds and Rich Polemics San Juan Poly/Graphics Triennial

The first San Juan Poly/graphic Triennial reviewed strict notions about engraving allowing of a broad interpretation of its influence and impact on modern languages of Latin American art. We dissecedt

Arístides E. Hernández (Ares)

He was born in 1963 in Havana.

Survival of photography

Since the year 2001, the Urban Culture Foundation (FCU) in Venezuela has been implementing an inter-generic multiple editorial program that includes the FCU’s main collection, the Cuadernos series spec