Kunsthalle Basel. June 9 – October 11, 2020
From the next June 5th until August 28th you can visit Juan Francisco Casas' new exhibition called "Non piangere" at the gallery.
American artist Richard Artschwager (1923 - 2013) worked halfway between painting and sculpture and developed a unique language using the new domestic materials of his time.
The 27th edition of the Festival will be held in 2022, on the same dates announced in 2020.
Through the exhibition Critical Zones, the ZKM – together with the French co-curator and philosopher Bruno Latour – offers a fresh perspective on tackling the current, critical situation on Earth.
Today I want to write about the friend I learned to respect and admire since I was a teenager.
Identity, its construction, its transformations and its fictional dimensions are at the core of the artistic practice of the American photographer Cindy Sherman (born 1955).
With over 60,000 works by 5,000 artists, ALBERTINA MODERN, the second exhibiting venue of the Albertina Museum, will finally open its doors in the renovated masterpiece of Viennese historicist architec
Nicolás Guillén returns to visit the Alameda de Paula in the old part of the City. When it is thirty years after the “physical departure” of Cuba´s National Poet, artist Enrique Angulo wanted to erect
The exhibition will feature images from a series of eleven editorial projects created for W magazine between 1997 and 2008, including several photographs never exhibited before.
Botero is considered one of the best Latin American artists.
The restlessness that Alejandro Lescay has expressed in his canvases concerns us all. I have recognized it with frank conviction when I read the verses of the poem and looked at the pictures at the sam
It is one of the cultural institutions of Bayamo, in the Granma province, which offers the greatest pride to those born in our region, the only one of its kind in the country.
The history of Holguin`s art takes on relevant nuances in the decades after the triumph of the Cuban Revolution. Throughout that period, the name of Electa Arenal Huerta stands out: for some, she was j