To celebrate its 5th anniversary, Marseille Modulor (MaMo) will host an exhibition by Olivier Mosset - the sixth artist invited to the space since its opening in 2013.
N´Namdi Contemporary Art Center. Sept 14 -The exhibition opening
From September 7 to December 9, 2018, the 33rd Bienal de São Paulo - Affective Affinities - aims to encourage each spectator´s individual appreciation of art by avoiding an overarching theme that cou
US filmmaker Oliver Stone is set to direct today Puerto Rican actor Benicio del Toro in an intimate New York-set drama.
14 September 2018 - 13 January 2019. Pirelli HangarBicocca. Milan, Italy
Looking for your next travel destination? Traveling with the Frost Art Museum FIU connects the museum's members to cultural experiences through art and history.
The event will be in Havana this September 19-22 in the Blue Diamond Memories Miramar Hotel, and will consist of an excellent formational networking and activities program.
Federico García Lorca arrived for the first time at the Residencia de Estudiantes (Student Residence) in Madrid in 1919, as a law student, and never again moved away from that "factory of intellectuals
Cuban National Ballet Prima Ballerina Viengsay Valdes considered today an honor to represent her country at the 15th Tokyo Ballet Festival, which brings together world dance figures.
Our modern bar is not the same as the one that existed more than a century ago. Life has imposed new canons. Today´s Cuban bartenders have not been able to match the bartenders and their drinks in that
Ecuador will celebrate the National Day of Culture on August 9 with musical, scenic and recreational shows in different territories of the country, according to authorities.
The CD Habana - París, by the Ondina duet (Ojalá, 2017), is a production whose aesthetic scope reaches far beyond an excellent offering of chamber music.
The Ibero-American House and the Provincial Directorate of Culture in Holguín, Cuba, SUMMON specialists, intellectuals, artists and other persons interested in cultural tourism, residing in Cuba and ov
Written in 1941, Electra Garrigó had to wait seven years to be released. And in that year, only one single performance was given apart from the premiere.