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FOTCIENCIA is an initiative to bring science and technology closer to the general public through scientific photography. The images presented must include a little text explaining them. The winning images could win up to 1,500€ and will be part of a catalogue and an exhibition that will travel through Spain in 2022-2023.
The show is a thoughtful collection of more than 100 works created in Latin America during the 17th and 18th centuries and reflecting the culture and aesthetics of "New Spain" at the time.
The LOEWE FOUNDATION launches the fifth edition of the LOEWE FOUNDATION Craft Prize, an annual international award celebrating excellence in craftsmanship. The LOEWE FOUNDATION seeks to recognise uniquely talented artisans whose artistic vision and will to innovate will set a new standard for the future of craft. The Prize for the winning entry is 50,000 […]
The Iberian and Latin American Society of Music, ILAMS, in collaboration with the Instituto Cervantes branches in the United Kingdom present this podcast series, curated and chaired by the renowned music critic Ray Picot.
SCAN Projects presents “Two pennies for myself and tea” a site-specific exhibition of new works in painting, video, and sculpture by artist Ivana de Vivanco.
Silvia Mistral (Havana, 1914 - Mexico City, 2004), a Spanish republican writer who took refuge in France in 1939 and was later exiled in Mexico, wrote the diary of her experience as a refugee during the first six months of her exile.
After the success of the pilot programme last year, Cimemaattic presents this new series including some of the most promising directors we have loved since their first short films and you will surely hear about them in the future.
Taking part in the 2021 edition of the photography festival 'Peckham24', curator Raquel Villar presents Poetics of resistance from the archive in two acts proposes, a re-reading of the archive as a catalyst that imagines and makes visible plural manifestations of queer masculinity thought the works of the Spanish artists Pablo Lerma and Javier Hirschfeld.
Shot entirely in a bar in Cartagena, The Year of Discovery is a monumental work which excavates the legacy of 1992, proposing a counter-narrative to the official history of the year that Spain hosted the Olympics in Barcelona, the universal exposition Expo’92 in Sevilla, and celebrated the quincentenary of Columbus’s arrival in the America.