Visual Arts

Indigenous roots in modern art July 21, 2015 03:08

Indigenous roots in modern art

Argentina has a long tradition of craftsmanship that has managed to survive and is reflected in artworks and design in the country today. This [...]
 
Y Wladfa, Welsh Patagonia June 30, 2015 07:36

Y Wladfa, Welsh Patagonia

On the 7th of July, London will host celebrations to mark the 150th anniversary of Welsh settlement in Patagonia. A Catholic mass will be [...]
 
Van Gogh: fury, genius and pain March 16, 2015 22:24

Van Gogh: fury, genius and pain

The certainty that Montmajour at Sunset was painted by the Dutchman Vincent Van Gogh Dutch revives the madness that the unique viewpoint of this [...]
 
 
Malika Sqalli: home and identity March 8, 2015 01:08

Malika Sqalli: home and identity

A journey within. This is the message of a group of photographs showing the different stages in the life of artist Malika Sqalli and [...]
 
Angelika Berndt and the invisible culture February 28, 2015 22:13

Angelika Berndt and the invisible culture

She has worked on projects in Africa, Asia and Europe, although her work is based mainly around Latin America, the region in which she [...]
 
Art and aftermath of war in Colombia February 7, 2015 21:47

Art and aftermath of war in Colombia

“There is an aesthetic precariousness, poverty, and neglect in the open desolation where the dead have neither surnames nor temples.”   Reina Magdariaga Lardue [...]
 
 
Grito de Mujer 2015: a festival across 34 countries January 26, 2015 19:48

Grito de Mujer 2015: a festival across 34 countries

The Movimiento Mujeres Poetas Internacional Inc. (MPI, International Female Poets Movement) in the Dominican Republic has already published the list of countries that have [...]
 
New lands and liquid identities December 14, 2014 02:42

New lands and liquid identities

“Everyone experiences these things differently, it isn’t just instability but also a sense of disquiet, states of being that are difficult to describe”, says [...]
 
Indigenous Victoriano: the Panama Canal’s first victim November 17, 2014 01:31

Indigenous Victoriano: the Panama Canal’s first victim

Aby Martínez and his son René, who trained at the San Antonio de los Baños Film School in Cuba, spent a decade working on [...]
 
 
Facundo de Zuviría: Capturing  the soul… of Buenos Aires November 4, 2014 02:23

Facundo de Zuviría: Capturing the soul… of Buenos Aires

For the last few years he has shared the same career path as a close friend of the writer Jorge Luís Borges: Horacio Coppola. [...]
 
One journey, many stories September 28, 2014 00:02

One journey, many stories

A photographic exhibition showcases immigration through photography and will be taking place from the 4th until the 10th of October, in Shoreditch Town Hall, [...]
 
Latin American art returns to Berlin September 28, 2014 00:01

Latin American art returns to Berlin

The 25th anniversary since the fall of the Berlin Wall will be commemorated through the exhibition “Borders and Bridges”.   During the event there [...]
 
 
Latin Jazz Festival Returns to London September 20, 2014 23:28

Latin Jazz Festival Returns to London

From 23rd to 27th September, Brazilian, Cuban, Venezuelan and British artists will be performing in the British capital.   The event, which celebrates its [...]
 
Buenos Aires: Coppola & Zuviria September 19, 2014 12:57

Buenos Aires: Coppola & Zuviria

This photographic exhibition will be taking place on the 20th and 21st of September, during London Open House..   The photographs displayed at the [...]
 
Fred Jordao: cultural cleansing & carnival in Brazil July 6, 2014 23:08

Fred Jordao: cultural cleansing & carnival in Brazil

The carnivals of Rio, Salvador and Recife are different, but the opportunity to make money is homogenising them. Photographer Fred Jordao from Recife decided [...]
 
 
 

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