Neighboring Scenes, the annual showcase of contemporary Latin American cinema at Lincoln Center in New York, returns for its second edition January 26-31.
Farley Aguilar is a painter born in Nicaragua and now living in Miami. His most recent work is currently on view at Lyles & King in New York City.
Published by The Image Factory Art Foundation, this month the Belizean arts magazine BAFFU reached a milestone by putting out it’s first printed edition.
Landfill Harmonic follows the Recycled Orchestra of Cateura, a Paraguayan musical group that plays instruments made entirely out of garbage.
Julieta Aranda, the Mexican conceptual artist, has had a celebrated career by producing work that challenges the assumptions and structures of the very cultural landscape she inhabits.
At “The Photography Show” in New York, two photography galleries from Latin America participated for the first time and took their place alongside the most prestigious photography galleries in the world.
In one of the most well received exhibitions of the Armory Show in New York, Lima-based artist José Vera Matos delved into the history of his native Peru using literature as his roadmap.
Find out about the 4th edition of the Venezuelan Film Festival New York – VEFFNY. It’s the most important event for Venezuelan Cinema outside of Venezuela.
Mexican-American artist Martín Ramírez (1895–1963) has been honored by the United States Postal Service. The agency released a set of 5 commemorative “Martin Ramirez” Forever stamps featuring the art of this twentieth century master.