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Cultural Agenda February 2021

The most important month for the art world in Spain has become somewhat decaffeinated due to the flight from large fairs to safer times away from the Covid-19 crisis. Even so there are great art events to enjoy and that we tell you in our monthly agenda.

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Amandine Senny's Tactile Art Miniatures

This French artist stands out for her very careful final result for tiny works. His latest big leap is 'Horizon', a science fiction short film made in 'stop motion' and designed with his micro-models.

Federica Bau, the essence of chiaroscuro

Today we interview Federica Bau, an Italian illustrator who focuses her work on chiaroscuro as an essential form of the image and black as an element from which to establish a logic of sensation.

Arturo Puerto, capturing life in full color.

Today we speak with Arturo Martínez Puerto, a 24-year-old Mexican photographer born in Acapulco who feels a great attraction for architectural photography and who places a special emphasis on capturing the different textures and colors that he encounters in his wake.

Cultural agenda - June 2020

Museums and galleries are updated in this new normal to ensure the safety of visitors, and we do so with them. In this

Cultural Agenda - September

This month is loaded with important cultural events such as the Madrid Gallery Weekend that will be held from September 10 to 13 in the Madrid capital and of which we will tell you all the details.

Amandine Senny's Tactile Art Miniatures

This French artist stands out for her very careful final result for tiny works. His latest big leap is 'Horizon', a science fiction short film made in 'stop motion' and designed with his micro-models.

The 5 most important robberies in art history

There are many thefts of works of art that have occurred throughout history, some of them of well-known pieces to which an insurmountable security was supposed, but seen what was seen, it was not. Today we bring you the 5 most important robberies in the History of Art ... with a happy ending?

Marlene Canto, creating with total freedom.

Today we speak with Marlene Canto, a Portuguese graphic designer who loves illustration who manages to create worlds full of creativity and color to launch messages of strong meaning.

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