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Luna13 Galeria will present the exhibition “The world of illustration” at the Techhub office in London. Showcasing a selection of works by eight different artist and with the strong presence of female creators.
Londoners is a photography book and a round of exhibitions of portraits taken in the streets of London of unknown people.
Spanish novelist Enrique Vila-Matas curates this exhibition, also known as Cabinet d’amour, an oblique novel, to showcase a selection of pieces that only respond to his fantasies, impulses and desires.
Eduardo Niebla, flamenco jazz guitar virtuoso and composer, has been trailblazing his exhilarating flamenco jazz fusion for over 40 years, collaborating with George Michael, Craig David and Juno Reactor, as well as many of the top world music, jazz and classical artists today. On 18 January 2019, accompanied by guitarist Matthew Robinson, Eduardo starts a […]
"Jet Lag" is a research-based art project by Ira Lombardia that looks to shorten the gap between Post-Modern art and theory and the practice of post-internet photography on social networks.
To open the music department’s 2019 Spanish piano project entitled Viva España, Jordi Masó, one of Spain’s most respected concert pianists, will visit the King’s College School to give a recital of some of the most beautiful music from Spain, as well as a masterclass to King’s pianists on Sunday 10th February from 10.00 till 17.00.
Manuel Chaves Nogales (Seville, 1897 - London, 1944) was a Spanish journalist present at the great events that convulsed Europe in the first part of the 20th century. He witnessed the terror unleashed in the wake of the Soviet revolution whilst at the same time warning against the growth and advance of fascism.
Kourtney Kardashian is the third instalment of the Kardashian Triology, that englobes a series of performances about high art and celebrity, and our increasingly tenuous grip on reality in the 21st century.
In an era when humanity is facing new challenges posed by big data, bioengineering and climate change, Whitechapel Gallery has invited ten groups of artists, architects and other cultural practitioners to explore the potential of collaboration and offer their visions of the future.
Dr Javier Ares Yebra explores the philosophy and musical thought of Pierre Souvtchinsky and his influence on the musical life of Paris in the early 20th century. The lecture will be followed by a guitar recital presenting works of Spanish and Russian composers.