The 2019 edition of the Edinburgh International Film Festival has Spain as the guest country, focusing on its cinema and filmmakers.
No Woman’s Land explores the migration experiences of two characters in their native lands in the Spanish Mediterranean.
Alberto Feijóo (b.1985, Spain) draws on the materiality of the image in relation to video, sculpture, installation, book-making and design. His work maps the passage of time, memories and world events, constantly mixing genres and recontextualising the ‘biography of objects’ which surround him.
This exhibition brings together six of Bermejo’s paintings that have never been seen outside of Spain, including the triptych of the ‘Madonna of Montserrat’ from the cathedral at Acqui Terme, Alessandria (Italy) and the ‘Piedad Desplà’ from Barcelona Cathedral.
Javier Marías has established himself as a leading intellectual figure both in Spain and around the world, a fact that invites further study of the transnational dimensions of his literary and cultural output.
This year’s edition of the festival takes Spain as its centre point, focusing on the rich tradition of Spanish Social Cinema.
Javier Cercas joins the European Writers Tour at the National Centre for Writing to discuss the challenges that literature faces in this new era of Europe.
Returning to the UK for its third year, Feria de Londres will be bringing its famous Andalusian carnival spirit to London over the last weekend of May.
H.E. the Ambassador of Spain in London, in collaboration with ARTES and Instituto Cervantes, will be presenting a talk by renowned historian Sir John Elliott on his relationship with the Museo del Prado, to mark the 200 anniversary of one of Spain’s most notorious institutions.
An exquisite musical journey exploring country traditions. Drawing influence from Cuba, Argentina, Morocco, Senegal, Spain, Brazil and Portugal, Babel fuses world music with her own jazz touch – a passionate and moving exploration of world music and its heritage.