Arte y cultura en Londres

The Gagosian Gallery (Mayfair) is holding an exhibition about Picasso’s bullfighting  imagery until 25th August. The exhibition is focused on Picasso’s love of bullfighting. The Spanish artist was a lifelong admirer of the tradition and so matadors, minotaurs, picadors and bulls were recurrent subjects of his work. Picasso: Minotaurs and Matadors shows a wide range of drawings, paintings,...
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This Saturday London will welcome some of the leading names in Latin music, as stars hailing from Dominican Republic, Colombia and Spain take over The O2, for a festive day of music, dancing and street food. Grammy award winners Juan Luis Guerra and Juanes join forces to launch the very first Hola! London Festival on...
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¡Hola! Here is an article about great foods from my region Catalunya (Catalonia) in Spain. When it comes to Spanish food, people often think tapas, tortilla, paella and Rioja, but of course there are many great tastes from Spain and this weekend (15th and 16th July) you have a chance to try many Catalan flavours at...
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A gripping new exhibition tells the story of Islington’s courageous men and women who made the harrowing journey to civil war-torn Spain between 1936 and 1939 to fight the fascists. The exhibition showcases tales of local heroes such as Islington East MP, Leah Manning who in 1937 was instrumental with the evacuation and settlement of 4,000 refugee children...
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The annual Greenwich+Docklands International Festival (GDIF) takes place from Friday 23rd June to Saturday 8th July across East and South East London featuring free performances including theatrical and acrobatic shows. Cia.Maduixa presents MULÏER, a stilt-based performance exploring female identity. In tribute to women oppressed through the centuries, the dancers’ balance, power and movement claims a woman’s...
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Enjoy a fantastic night of Venezuelan culture this Saturday 24th June, thanks to the charity event hosted by Wimbledon Football team and Liqui-Liqui in Aid of the Medical Crisis in Venezuela. “La Fiesta de San Juan” celebrates the patron of Venezuela by bringing a taste of Venezuelan culture, music and food. Traditionally, the night of “La Fiesta...
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Juan Miguel Palacios, a Spanish artist living in New York launches his first solo exhibition at Lazarides (central London) from 23rd June to 22nd August. Lazarides is famous for showing works from artists whose style is ‘outside the conventional, contemporary art market’. The gallery welcomes Juan Miguel Palacios’ ‘WOUNDED’ exhibition, which features a wide range of hidden emotions that lie...
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From 12 – 18 June the Spanish Chamber of Commerce is organising a Spanish Tapas Tour together with some of the most famous Spanish restaurants in the city. This would be a good opportunity to taste the best flavours of the Spanish gastronomy. They do something similar every year in Barcelona and when I was...
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The 5Th edition of FeSTeLón opens this month at John Lyon’s Theatre-City Lit. The festival has become increasingly popular since its launch in 2013. The productions are all performed in Spanish with English subtitles, which include several plays adapted from some of the classics from the Spanish Golden Age. Plus there are a wide range of...
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The Victoria and Albert Museum is launching a retrospective exhibition examining the work of the famous Spanish designer Cristóbal Balenciaga. Balenciaga was one of the most influential designers of the 20th century and according to Christian Dior was  “the master of us all.” This is the first time his collection has been shown in the UK and the...
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